Diane Ronayne was the first photographic artist to have work commissioned by the City of Boise (“WaterWorks,” at the WaterShed Education Center , 2004-2008). She is a founder of the Idaho Photographic Workshop (1983) and exhibits work with IPW, TVAA and independently. Her portfolio stretches from realism to surrealism, from Idaho’s cities and outback to Mexico and Europe. In 2014, she collaborated with TVAA board member Ellen Crosby to create “Grass Goddess” for the TVAA “Four Eyes” exhibition.
Based in Boise, Diane works as a freelance writer/editor-art director/photographer.