Artist Betty Fultz

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Creating art has been a part of Betty Fultz's life for as far back as she can remember. Her drawing was her way of expressing herself and making sense of the world around her.
She received her Bachelor of Arts from Randolph-Macon Woman's College in Lynchburg, Virginia, where she graduated cum laude with a major in Studio Art and minors in both Art History and English.  It was there that she met and later married her husband Leigh, whose love of travel has provided Betty with artistic inspiration from tucked away villages in Europe to bustling city centers in Vietnam, from countryside landscapes in Ireland to the flora and fauna of the Caribbean. 
While still in college, Betty was heavily influenced by her study of art in Florence, Italy. She has continued her art education at Salem College and through workshops by Dwight Rose at the Wildacres campus of the Ringling College of Art and Design, Patty Bailey Sheets in Winston-Salem and William Schneider in Easton, Maryland. Today, Betty is most at home working with watercolor,  pastel and charcoal pencil. Her work consists of landscapes, still life and portraiture.
While Betty resides in Winston-Salem, she is never there for long. Most often, you can find her spending time in Venice, Florida; Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia; or Raleigh, NC where her two children, their spouses, and her five grandchildren delight in spending time with their BB.

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