Diane Maroscia, who signs her work “Dimaro”, has been a nationally acclaimed and award winning equine sculptor for over 45 years. Her mediums are bronze, pewter, fine gold, sterling silver and enhanced photography.
She currently owns three Thoroughbred, and two Quarter Horses at her ranch home in Catalina, Arizona. Four of the five horses are retired racehorses and two of the Thoroughbreds raced under her colors. She has owned, ridden, shown and trained horses throughout her life.
Diane’s works of art are in collections in 49 of the 50 states, in South Africa, Germany, Canada, England, Haiti, Brazil, and Japan. Six of her equine sculptures were displayed in a museum event, “Breaking the Mold” at the Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, Kentucky. Her works have been shown at the prestigious Mountain Oyster Club Fine Art Show for many years. She has been voted Equine Artist of the Year by Horse World Magazine multiple times.
In July of 2014 in an Art, Antique and Rare Book Auction held at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky, her bronze of Belle Elegant and her foal sold for $11,500.00. A 14k gold mare and foal pendant sold for $1,100.00.
She is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Arizona Thoroughbred Breeders Assn., New Mexico Breeders Assn., Horse Artists Assn, and National Equine Artists Assn. She also served on the Board of Directors for Equine Encore, a racehorse rescue and retirement foundation in Arizona and is a former director for The Hooved Animal Humane Society.