Calgary based Diane McGeachy is an interdisciplinary artist currently working in painting, ceramic and drawing. Never subscribing to a singular way of making, her work is situated at the convergence of many and varied disciplines. She graduated from AU Arts in 1993 and has since exhibited her work locally, nationally and in the UK. Her work is included in the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and many other private collections. She maintains her active studio practice with Workshop Studios in Inglewood. In August of 2021, Diane was invited to collaborate with the dynamic, inclusive and forward thinking collective known as Safe House Society, where she created a smaller mural for their outdoor community event Seedy to Safe in Calgary’s Beltline district. Solo exhibitions include All Natural 2020 in the Peanut Gallery, Fluevog Shoes and Something Different 2021 in the newly renovated Sun Room at Workshop Studios. Always up for a challenge and anything unusual, Diane most recently showed her ceramic animal helmet half heads in a butchers’ display case with Kelly and Sons Specialty Meats, Crossroads Market for a Kyle Marks Projects group exhibition Stall 2022.