As a visual artist, Diana Rosa takes inspirations from an alternative upbringing where she closely connected with the natural landscape around her. Born and raised in Cuba shaped her perspective on nature and how humans interact with land, animals and each other. She employed a Naïve Folk-Art style to explore questions of identity, love, relationship and environment in our society. Her paintings often have strong autobiographical elements and mixed realism with fantasy. She makes personal women’s experiences serious subjects for art. Her paintings transcend boundaries by their powerful and intimate narratives and the intense emotional content. She is greatly influenced by the modern masters from Cezanne, Henri Matisse to Frida Kahlo.