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Brenda Johnson's "Caribean Cruiser" an Award Winner

Brenda  Johnson's "Caribean Cruiser" an Award Winner

Brenda D. Johnson received the "Excellence Award” given in recognition of exceptional artistic merit for her original painting, “Caribbean Cruiser" at the  Annual Nature Works Fine Art Exhibition and Sale at Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center March 5th & 6th. 

Nature Works is an invitational art show and one of the country’s most important Western and Wildlife show and sale.   Nature Works is a non-profit organization that benefits conservation and featured art including paintings, drawings and sculptures from 65 of the nation’s premier artists.

This is the second award for this wark as she also received the Silver Metal Award at the San Dimas Art Festival

As Johnson describes it: "Hard work and pushing the creative envelope pays off.  This year takes on a new adventure with one, learning to work with acrylic paint medium and two, exploring the water world in a painting. I've always been fascinated with the ocean.   I love the sound, smell and have spent a good deal of time on it or in it.  The species that that call this place home are truly fascinating.  Why I've never painted the ocean or its inhabitants is beyond me! So comes my first underwater painting and I am honored to have received the Silver Metal Award at the San Dimas Art Festival for it.  I'm not only honored with an award by Caribbean Cruiser but it also has a new home "

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