Artist Jill Bright has been painting since 2005, and she's showcased her art all over the region. She said she adds color to her art because it makes her happy.

HAHIRA —Art lovers from across South Georgia came out to admire homegrown talent and drink great wine at Frogtown South’s art show held on Sunday April 22.

Each of the featured artists got to showcase his or her personal style through art while spending time with family and friends.

“It’s a great effort to keep the spirit of Hahira alive,” painter Jill Bright said.

Bright was one of multiple artists who participated in the art show. She’s been painting since 2005, and has showcased her art all over the region.

Other artists included Johnna Flythe, Zach O’Brien, Mindy Reese, Leah Hurley, Joe Glenn Smith, Jolyn Smith and Dorothy Wood.

Frogtown South representatives described the event as a way for local artists and art enthusiasts to come out and have a glass of wine, enjoy fine art, and still stay in Hahira.

Longtime friends Jill Bright, left and Johnna Flythe, right showcased their art the Frogtown South art show on Sunday April 22. They’ve been painting for years and they really enjoyed displaying their creations in their hometown.
Johnna Flythe describes herself as a realist; her art is inspired by her life. the painting above is a portrait of Flythe’s granddaughter.
Joe Glenn Smith, left was one of multiple artists that showcased their art on Sunday April 22 at Frogtown South’s art show. His daughter Jolyn Smith, right said he’s been painting since she was 10 years old.
Jolyn Smith said her father Joe Glenn Smith enjoys painting landscapes from all over the world. One day he challenged her to start painting landscapes and now they enjoy painting them together.

 

 

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