“Centrifuge” by Diana de Avila

Fractal Manipulation on Acrylic 30 x 30 inches




Diana de Avila is a U.S. Army Disabled Veteran (Combat Military Police) and digital contemporary artist who discovered art ability in 2017 after a relapse from Multiple Sclerosis and worsening traumatic brain injury from a motorcycle accident in 1984. The relapse immediately affected her vision and cognition and rewired something in her brain that invoked artistic ability.

Her style is “consistently, inconsistent,” with a modern vibe and ripe with technical complexity. De Avila is a former engineer and also a former school psychologist. Her brain tends to process information very literally and quantitatively. This can be seen through her artwork.