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Allan Carey
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I am a native Middle Georgia, born in Fort Valley. My family moved to Warner Robins when I was in my teens. My love for art began at a very young age. I am a self-taught painter of oils and acrylics. The subjects I enjoy painting are portraits of people and pets, old home places, seascapes, and landscapes. My inspirations come from the many beautiful scenes in my travels across the country. I take many photographs for future reference to create compositions for my paintings. This allows me to paint at a relaxed pace without worrying about the movement of the subject or the light. I use rich bright colors with smooth gentle brush strokes to create realistic paintings. Some have said that my work has an inspirational feeling. I enjoy teaching children and adults’ art classes. I don’t consider myself a teacher, but I love to share what I know about creating a painting.  To those who are first time painters and say they cannot paint a picture, I show them they can. I am a member of the Fine Art Society of Middle Ga and have my artwork on exhibit in the Fine Art Gallery

Leslie Hoops-Wallace
Verneen Hill 

Born and raised in Pleasantville, New Jersey, then ventured off to Southern California. After residing in Southern California for 12 years, she found comfort in settling down in Southern Georgia. Hill is a self-taught artist who has been doing artistic pieces since she was six years old and honed her skills under the tutelage of her late grandmother.  

Hill’s gallery, Officially Inside Out, was in 2018, one of many exhibits featured in the Richard Stockton University’s Noyes Art Museum in Atlantic City, NJ. Her collection there featured a diverse range of visual, fine art and 3D mixed media pieces. 


In March 2019, she exhibited in Chicago, IL at the Chicago Arts Retreat Center, located downtown. In April 2019, she exhibited in Pennsauken, NJ at the Black & Minority Business Expo. In May 2019, she exhibited in Atlantic City, NJ in the Art Gallery located inside of the Claridge Hotel. In September 2019, she exhibited in Brigantine, NJ at the Brigantine Community Center. She was also one of the local artists selected to participate in the 2019 Atlantic City, International Boxing Hall of Fame. One of her greatest achievements this far was to go down in history! In late 2020 she was a headliner for RAW, Natural Born Artist in Los Angeles, CA. Closing out 2021, she exhibited for the 1st time with Fashionista during Miami’s Art Week/Art Basel. Opening 2022, she is currently exhibiting in Warner Robin, GA at the Nola Brantley Memorial Library. She is a member of the Fine Art Society of Middle Georgia and is currently exhibiting.


Her passion is for unique art with texture and dimensions, especially her emphasis on 3D, mixed media, abstract and liquid pours. There is also great love and passion for murals indoors and out.


April Jones

HeyO! I'm April, also known as Tori. I'm a freelance artist that also works with YouTube and Twitch as a content creator as well as a voice actor. I've studied Computer Animation and game design for about 4 years. On sundays, I teach a digital creation and creative writing from 2pm to 6pm. You can find my social links on Linktree:

On my youtube channel, you can watch pass streams where I've drawn digitally and check out stories & ambience sounds to relax to. On twitch, I'll either stream working on art or playing video games.
If you're ever interested about commissioning me, please check out my for prices.
Contact info:
Contact Gmail: tigerstaleasmr

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Terri Bennett

Leslie Hoops-Wallace enjoys painting animals, and airplanes, and the occasional political illustration. Leslie is a Graduate of the Academy of Art University of San Francisco, with a BFA in Illustration. She loves to paint pet portraits, and planes. She is active in the Fine Art Society of Middle Georgia and teaches watercolor there. Her goal is to get the Middle Georgia area to Buy Local Art! She is a wife and mother of two boys who are artists too. That keeps her busy, but in her spare time she tries to paint. Leslie is inspired by nature, and loves to walk through the woods looking at lighting and textures. Leslie works hard getting the word out about art events in her area, and trying to get artists to show their work. She thinks all artists need to work together to get art to the people. The People need to be inspired by art in her opinion. Leslie did two paintings in the Macon Sketchbook, and has illustrations in several books including “Bullmina the Courageous Bulldog” and 'Bullmina to the Rescue' by Lita Eitner-England. Two of her paintings, 'American Chaos and Iraqi 'Freedom', both were given to President George Bush while in office. A print of American Chaos hangs at his fathers Library. Middle Georgia has some very talented artists, and they are reasonably priced. In this area there is no excuse not to own original work! Ms. Hoops-Wallace is open to any commissions.

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