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March 2014

Society of Bluffton Artists in Bluffton, SC, Features Works by Kenneth Bullard

The Society of Bluffton Artists in Bluffton, SC, will present My Visions, featuring a collection of original oil and watercolor paintings by local artist Kenneth Bullard, on display from Mar. 3 through Apr. 5, 2014. A reception will be held on Mar. 9, from 3-5pm.

For more than 40 years Bullard has had a paint brush in his hand. Born in Connecticut, he is a self taught artist who continually draws new lessons with each stroke. He works primarily in oils and watercolors. He credits the comic and fantasy work of Frank Frazetta as his biggest influence, opening his eyes to the true meaning of the craft.

In recent years, a move from the Northeast to the Lowcountry has evolved the style and inspiration of Bullard’s work. His work depicting our beautiful landscapes will captivate the viewer and as he says “if one of my paintings can evoke emotion in those viewing it, I consider the piece a success.”

Excited to have his first featured art show Bullard says “The exhibit is dedicated to my lovely wife Nancy. This exhibit simply would not exist without her constant and unwavering support.”

Don’t miss this impressive show at the SOBA Gallery. Enjoy refreshments, the art of Kenneth Bullard, and the work of over 100 other member artists.

For further information check our SC Institutional Gallery listings, call the gallery at 843/757-6586 or visit (www.sobagallery.com).

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