Kristin Diodonet is an artist that works with feminist issues in diversity. As a biracial child growing up in the nineties, she often felt limited when looking to the media or academia for representation. This made her question how western society decides what is important enough to be taught and shown. Her paintings and drawings allow her to explore ideas in racial heritage and female roles.
Kristin Diodonet holds an Associates of Science in Fine Arts from Hudson Valley Community College; located in Troy, NY. She holds a Bachelor of Science in the Arts from the State University of New York at New Paltz.
Kristin Diodonet has exhibited in “Small Works Exhibition” at the Main Street Arts Gallery in Clifton Springs, NY, "2290 SQ. FT./27 Thesis Show," at the State University at New Paltz, NY and also in “The Real Issue is Freedom,” at the Teaching Gallery in Troy, NY. She has been granted awards for academic excellence in studio arts, gallery management and art history.
Kristin Diodonet lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.