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106 Conley Dr. Bonaire, GA 31005
Art is a pigment of your imagination!
Leslie Hoops-Wallace enjoys painting animals, and airplanes, and the occasional political illustration.
Artist that enjoys painting animals, planes, landscapes, and the occasional Political Painting. She teaches art on Robins AFB teaching drawing and Acrylic Painting at the Arts and Crafts center there. Leslie also Teaches kids Acrylic painting at the Butler Brown Gallery on Wednesdays at 5pm. She teaches Kids Drawing and painting up at Byron Visitors Center some Saturdays. Ms. Hoops-Wallace also Teaches Adult advanced painting at the Butler Brown Gallery on Mondays at 12:30pm. She loves to paint pet portraits, and planes. She is active in the Fine Art Society of Middle Georgia. Her goal is to get the Middle Georgia area to Buy Local Art! She is a wife and mother of two artistic teenage boys. 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. (She hopes to see them again at the Bush Library when it is done) 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.