Diane Culhane is a Seattle, Washington-based fine artist, art educator and author. She known for her vibrant paintings recognized by its vibrant colors and narrative uplifting content, collected nationally and internationally. Diane has taught for  Bellevue Arts Museum, Seattle Pacific University, Kirkland Arts Center,  Bellevue School District and Eton Montessori. She currently teaches at Seattle University Master’s In Teaching integrating the arts curriculum along with online classes,  ‘One to One’ private lessons and is the founder of 'Go Go with Van Gogh,' children’s summer fine art school for the past 26 years.
‘If You Can Doodle, You Can Paint’ published by Quarry books has been translated into German and has won the prestigious Library of Congress Award: Best Book of 2017.  Diane received her BFA in Drawing & Painting from the University of Utah and Master's Degree from Seattle University. Diane works and lives in West Seattle. If Diane is not in the studio, you can find her outside cycling, hiking or swimming.