Diana Morse has been a member of the Photography Atelier at the Radcliffe Seminars for the past three years. Her photographic work is of abstract forms. She has also studied watercolor with Marian Parry at the Radcliffe Seminars for twenty years. The subject of her watercolor work is mainly imaginary landscape which draws from memories of New England scenes and the English countryside.
She has had solo shows at the Hilles Library, Harvard University and Audubon's gallery at Habitat in Belmont, as well as a three-person show at the Cambridge Art Association's gallery at University Place. She has been in numerous juried shows at the Cambridge Art Association's Lowell Street gallery, and has exhibited both her watercolor and photographic work at Radcliffe Seminars shows at the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University.