Shelby Willis
ArtTour International Magazine|Spring 2020
With a background in ecology, Shelby Willis brings her love for nature and wildlife to life in soulful and expressionistic paintings.

Each artwork is created with the intent of exuding positive energy, and inspiring outside of the box appreciation for nature. Shelby mainly works in acrylic, and her style can be described as impressionistic, vibrant, and intuitive. Although she usually has an idea of the subject matter she would like to paint Shelby finds pure creative happiness and freedom in the process of trusting her intuition to take her in the right direction with each added layer.

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