Diane C. Maroscia’s excellence as a sculptor has earned her respect across the nation for the quality of her art. She has been celebrated twice in Equine Image Magazine as a one of the top 10 Equine Sculptors in the United States, voted Equine Artist of the Year seven times by Horse World Magazine in the category which included both painters and sculptors, and presented nine times by the National Horseman Magazine as Official Sculptor, All American Awards. Clearly, Diane C. Maroscia has become one of the best equine artists in the country.
Diane Maroscia has exhibited from the Kings Art Center in California, Washington Thoroughbred Foundation Equine Art Show, Remington Park Race Track in Oklahoma City, Milwaukee Spring Horse Show, the Wisconsin Futurity Horse Show in Madison, Danada Sculpture Garden Exhibit in Wheaton, Illinois, Berman Gallery Equine Art Show in Hot Springs, Arkansas, to the Bluegrass – with a concentration of her showings in the heart of fine art sculpture, Arizona.
Maroscia studied at Lewis University with Master Sculptor Mustafa Naguib, a prodigy who received a professorship from The Academy of Fine Arts, Rome, Italy, at age 19. Diane trained with Naguib to learn his techniques and the classical methods of fine art sculpture. Bringing her talent, skill, and knowledge into her works, Diane has earned the rights to her own artist’s title “Dimaro”.