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Diana Hunter enjoys creating works of art in photography, digitally enhanced photography and oils of landscapes, wildlife and floral scenes. 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 Indianapolis Art Center,
I photograph wildlife and nature scenes mainly; however, close ups may look like an abstract picture. I do regular photography, black and white photography and digitally enhanced photography where I may add a watercolor style to a photo or may make a collage. Digitally manipulated photography is marked as being enhanced. I also do oil paintings of landscapes.
Photographs on archival paper which are matted and mounted to 16 inch x 20 inch generally range around $85 to $105 unframed. Photography framed in a basic or standard sized frame generally will range from $125 to $225. Prices on canvas prints or smaller sizes will tend to be less. Original oil paintings range generally from about $125 (miniature 5 inch x 7 inch framed) to $490 – $600 for a larger 16 x 20 framed oil painting.
Indiana University, 1979. MS in Secondary Education with a minor in Reading (K-12).
Indiana University, 1971. BS in Education with a major in Economics and World History and a minor in Art.
North Central High School, 1967. National Honor Society.
Computer Art Discovery-A Renaissance in Ed. Beginning and Advanced (1998-9)
Desktop Publishing and Design,
Hoosier Salon Member
Art Education Association of Indiana (AEAI)
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Indiana Computer Educators
Indiana Wildlife Artists
Indianapolis Art Center
Riviera Camera Club
Previous member of Toastmasters International (Treasurer, Educational Vice-President, Membership Chairman, won District Evaluation Contest.
Third Place (2011) Images of Nature
Third Place (2011) Indiana State Fair
Third Place and Honorable Mention (2008) , Second Place (2007) and Honorable Mention (2004) in the Indiana State Fair Photography Exhibit
First Place in Digital Art in the Creative Arts Contest sponsored by the Reformed Presbyterian Witness Magazine of North America (June 2003 and June 2006).
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