Dianne Brown-Green is an Indigenous painter that has been painting and drawing for as long as she can remember. Brown-Green highlights her Indigenous culture through her art and uses a bold colour palette to translate the spiritual images she sees in her mind. Through her art, the viewer relives her creative journey from her personal experiences in the natural world. Brown-Green is a long-time member with the Whitchurch Stouffville Studio Tour and has had her art exhibited across Canada, the United States, Australia and the Netherlands.
Dianne’s work is held in many private and corporate collections across Canada , the United States,Australia, Amsterdam , Toronto’s Bay Street financial district and many more . She is also honoured to have one of her paintings gifted to the office of Former Grand Chief Konrad Sioux of the Wendat Nation in Quebec . Dianne has an extensive past in the arts and has been painting and drawing as long as she can remember, her work is reflective to her indigenous cultural background and is very spiritual. Dianne paints from her inner spirit and tries to convey her visions and interpretations on canvas to share with others.