Artist John Diehl creates large minimalist paintings of equilateral triangles. His practice is a seamless fusion of traditional craftsmanship and cutting-edge innovation. "I craft my canvases using advanced materials and collaborate with artificial intelligence to generate images inspired by my physical work," shares John. His artistic practice embodies the essence of the posthuman era and blurs the lines between human creativity and technology. John completed his B.A. in Graphic Design in Massachusetts in 2005 and continued his studies at the Rhode Island School of Design and the University of Florence, Italy. He started selling his work online in 2007 and managed his own art gallery three years later. His studio, which he purchased from one of his collectors, stands on a 16-acre estate in New England and features a private 3-acre exhibition park. It also serves as a home for families of deer and wild turkeys. When he is not painting, he spends time with his wife and dog, plays the piano, cooks the best carbonara, and explores the outdoors.
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About The Artist
Diehl's artistic journey is a blend of hands-on craftsmanship and cutting-edge innovation. He crafts his canvases by hand, using advanced materials to create monumental forms that command the space they occupy. But his artistry isn't confined to the canvas – he collaborates with Artificial Intelligence to generate digital images inspired by his physical work, blurring the lines between human creativity and technology.
John Diehl completed his Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design in 2005 from Bridgewater State University with additional education at the Rhode Island School of Design and the University of Florence, Italy. In addition to exhibiting and selling his work online since 2007 he has owned and operated his own art gallery.
Bridgewater State University
Bachelor of Arts, 2005