Diana Isaac

At the age of 13, Diana was chosen for the mentor program with children's author and illustrator Patricia Mullins. The following year she won the under-16 Glenhuntly Pavement Art Competition in Melbourne.

After finishing her VCE at Footscray Secondary College, she continued her visual arts study at the South Melbourne Tafe. She participated in the Richmond Fellowship Exhibition at Hobson's Choice and Richmond in 1999, and in 2000 attended the Christchurch Young Professional Sidewalk Art Workshop.

She has been commissioned to create pavement art for Swinburne Orientation Day, Geelong Botanical Gardens, and designed a mosaic for the cover of Mental Health Magazine. In 1995 she assisted Jenny Mcracken and Jeremy Minter with an environmental installation for the Melbourne Festival. Diana has also conducted and assisted in workshops for pavement art and body art at Melbourne Museum, and with school groups in the Barossa Valley.

Her pavement art has been seen at Melbourne's Southbank, the Barossa Valley and the Geldern Pavement Art Competition in Germany.