Throughout the month of May the Greensboro Arts Alliance and the Greene County Public Library will be displaying paintings by artist Kendall Boggs.

Boggs, a member of the GAA, moved to Reynolds Plantation a year ago and decided to pursue her lifelong dream of painting on canvas. Having been an interior designer for 20 years, she had developed the skill of working with textures and colors and decided to put those skills to work in a different venue. Using molding paste and a pallet knife, she creates textures on her canvases that are unique in the art industry. Then, employing a palette of rich, earthy color she manages to capture the very essence of her subject matter. Her paintings can be seen in many homes across the Southeast.

She has commissioned pieces at Goldleaf Financial Solutions in Norcross and is currently working on a large-scale commission for Nelson Mullins Riley and Scarborough, an Atlanta based law firm.

In her opinion, her greatest accomplishment to date has been “Missing Bear,” which is on display at the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame in Birmingham, Ala.

Locally her work can be seen at BankSouth in Greensboro, Classic Wines, and Art Of Oconee located behind Publix in Reynolds’s Plantation.

The Greensboro Arts Alliance is a not-for-profit organization incorporated in Greensboro and committed to sponsoring, promoting and coordinating the cultural Art through various programs and events for our members and for our community. Meetings are free and open to the public. For more information on GAA e-mail dotbalkovetz@plantationcable.net.

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