Diana Hunter enjoys creating works of art in photography, digitally enhanced photography and oils of landscapes, wildlife and abstracts. She resides in Indianapolis, Indiana, and has taught classes at OASIS (Older Adult Services and Information Systems), Ivy Tech State College, Butler University, Indiana Wesleyan University and the Indianapolis Public Schools. She holds a life teaching license and is a member of AEAI (Art Education Association of Indiana),the DPI-SIG Naples Photography Club, Newfields (previously the Indianapolis Museum of Art) and is a Signature Member of the Indiana Wildlife Artists. (www.IndianaWildlifeArtists.org)
Her pictures have been on exhibit in various locations in Indiana and in Maryland. She received First Place in Digital Art in the Creative Arts Contest sponsored by the Reformed Presbyterian Witness Magazine of North America in 2003 and then again in 2006. She has had a one-woman show at the Carmel Library in Carmel, Indiana. For further information, please click on Tribute.