Photo of Diane Kremer working on jewelry through a magnifying glass

Artist Statement

Diane Kremer has been making jewelry for over fifteen years.  She primarily works with polymer clay, metal clay, leather, and gemstone beads. She loves the rustic, natural beauty of Colorado and strives to capture this aesthetic in her work.  Her goal is to create art jewelry that is as inspired as its wearer. Diane says “Polymer clay is a miraculous material that can do just about anything.  It is compatible with so many art products from across the mixed-media spectrum that the sky is the limit for my creations.”  


Diane began her professional career as a computer engineer and worked in high-tech for 20 years. After leaving the computer industry and becoming an empty nester she embarked on a second career as a jeweler.

Diane is now a full-time working artist who sells her jewelry at juried art fairs and on her website.  She was thrilled to be included in the Museum of Boulder’s exhibit Drawing Parallels:  Community Art and Artifacts from 2020.

In addition, her work is available at several fine galleries in Colorado, including Lincoln Gallery in Loveland, 3 Square Art in Fort Collins,  The Old Gallery in Allenspark, Firehouse Art Center in Longmont, and OpenStudios Gallery Boulder Junction in Boulder.

Diane is an active member of the East Boulder County Artists Association, OpenStudios, Mile High Polymer Clay Guild, International Polymer Clay Association and is a former president of the Rocky Mountain Bead Society.