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Diana Bittar

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Diana Bittar was born in London, 1974, raised in Prague as a child then later moved with her family to Syria, she first fell in love with competitive swimming, eventually winning two Syrian National competitions as a teen. She then began her formal studies in art at the Fine Art University in Damascus graduated in 1995 majoring in visual communication/graphic design. Her graduation final project was published internationally at all the Syrian ambassies locations around the world. Painting was just her side gig making commissions for few long-term collectors. In 2000 she moved to Los Angeles where she currently resides with her husband and three children. Diana was an avid artist from an early age participating in local art competitions and art events. Just recently she was finally able to go back to her art after two decades of being occupied with adopting to her new life away from home. However, while raising her children was her main concern, she didn’t shy away from personal creative-filled work.

 

“My go to is mostly portraiture. I am constantly fascinated by faces, and how the personalities and thoughts of each individual inspire me to form delicate relationships with each canvas. Every brush stroke, wide or narrow, pulls me closer to forming a soul in each one of my paintings.” 

-Diana Bittar

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Diana Bittar was born in London, 1974, raised in Prague as a child then later moved with her family to Syria, she first fell in love with competitive swimming, eventually winning two Syrian National competitions as a teen. She then began her formal studies in art at the Fine Art University in Damascus graduated in 1995 majoring in visual communication/graphic design. Her graduation final project was published internationally at all the Syrian ambassies locations around the world. Painting was just her side gig making commissions for few long-term collectors. In 2000 she moved to Los Angeles where she currently resides with her husband and three children. Diana was an avid artist from an early age participating in local art competitions and art events. Just recently she was finally able to go back to her art after two decades of being occupied with adopting to her new life away from home. However, while raising her children was her main concern, she didn’t shy away from personal creative-filled work.

 

“My go to is mostly portraiture. I am constantly fascinated by faces, and how the personalities and thoughts of each individual inspire me to form delicate relationships with each canvas. Every brush stroke, wide or narrow, pulls me closer to forming a soul in each one of my paintings.” 

-Diana Bittar