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Becky Tucker


St. Simons Island, Georgia

A former resident of Indianapolis, Becky has lived on St. Simons Island since 1997. Her love of the architecture, interiors and landscape of the Southeast, along with her background in American History, create a detailed portrayal of the subjects she paints.

Becky is a juried member of Georgia Coastal Artists, Jekyll Island and Glynn Art Associations. She has studied with Jeanne Szabo, Ken Wallin, Lucy Mazzaferro, and traveled to France to paint with Connie Winters. Her works have appeared in "Coastal Living" and "Renovation Style" magazines and have been chosen as the cover art for various publications. Originals are at the Georgia Coastal Artist shows held three times each year, and her nine prints of area landmarks are at Glynn Art and Goodyear Cottage on Jekyll. Her pet portraits are shown at Parker Gallery in The Shops of Sea Island.

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The Blue Canoe

Venice Gondola


Jackie Turbidy

Jackie Turbidy, a recent arrival to St. Simons Island is an avid photographer and painter. She finds beauty and excitement in just about everything around her;  from the tiniest flower to the largest body of water.

She paints mostly in oils.

Amongst her most recent accomplishments is first prize in the 13th annual art show at Ironstone Vineyards, Murphys, CA. Jackie was also selected to show in the most recent Juried show at Glynn Art Association. In January, 2010, she was elected to the Georgia Coastal Artists.

Her works can be seen at The old jail in Darien, Glynn Arts Gallery, Gallery 209 in Brunswick and other venues.

She has won numerous local and national photographic awards; most recently as runner up for the poster contest for the Cassina Garden Club and Judges Choice (Best in show) at the national show of American Daffodil Society.

To contact Jackie Turbidy:
or 912.638.3431

Foggy Night in Venice


Wild Fire


Kristine Waldron


Kristine Komich Waldron was born in Medford Massachusetts and grew up on the coastal plains of Bullock County in Statesboro, Georgia. In the early 1970s Kristine studied painting under Bill Hendricks at Brunswick Junior College and through The Island Art Center. Kristine often painted with, and was influenced by, Mildred Huie.

During the first few years of SCADSs existence, Kristine worked at the college in exchange for auditing painting courses, including portraiture, taught by JoAnn Eason. Kristine studied with Marc Chatov in Atlanta, took workshops with Albert Handel of Santa Fe, New Mexico and is currently fortunate to be engaged in Ken Wallin's studio class at Glynn Art.  

Kristine is a registered nurse with psychiatric certification and has an MEd in art and also in middle school education from Georgia Southern University.


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