Daiana Oneto is a printmaker and multimedia designer living in Kansas City, MO. Originally from Argentina, her work explores the human body as both figure and landscape. Through fragmented collage and layered mark-making, she explores themes of absence and presence, psychological strain, and the body’s relationship to the earth.
Artist Interview: Inside the Mind of the Artist Interview.
All framed prints receive a pure white double-mat, protective acrylic face, and dust cover. And, they’re constructed in the USA. Printed on satin lustre paper that features a semi‑gloss finish to minimize glare from light sources (300 gsm, 11.5mil)