Diane Fenster’s art first received notice during the era of early experimentations with digital imaging. Her work has been called an important voice in the development of a true digital aesthetic. She views herself as an alchemist, using digital tools to delve into fundamental human issues. Her work is literary and emotional, full of symbolism and multiple layers of meaning. She is currently exploring several antiquarian processes including lumen printing and photo-encaustic as well as working with toy camera imagery. Her work has appeared in numerous publications. She has been guest lecturer at many seminars and conferences, has been internationally exhibited and is part of museum, corporate and private collections. In 2001, she was the first artist to be inducted into the Adobe Photoshop Hall of Fame.