Diana Arcadipone is a maker who studied painting and printmaking at Western Michigan University, where she earned a BFA degree with honors. She earned an MFA degree from Ohio University with honors. She has been awarded artist residencies at Dorland Mountain Arts Colony in Temecula, California as well as The Banff Centre and the Leighton Artists' Colony in Alberta, Canada.
She has exhibited work internationally and her work is held in many public and private collections in the US and Europe. She travels and researches art making techniques globally and lives in Maine. Diana Arcadipone creates artworks on and of paper.
Her passion for making art with natural materials, and mixed media emerged from an early devotion to craft techniques such as papermaking, book arts, basketry, embroidery and textiles. Arcadipone's work is informed by primitive art, folk art, traveling, and the natural environment; it is the intersection of these influences that defines her work.