Long-time (and award-winning) artist Laura Hunter-Null has a one-artist show up at the Columbia County Library West Branch through March. The show is comprised of twenty nature paintings and mixed media abstractions in the library’s main entrance way. Hunter-Null creates artworks in unique styled series using a wide variety of media such as watercolors, acrylic, oils, colored inks, colored pencils, metallic acrylics, gold and silver leaf. Hunter-Null majored in Fine Arts, and received her Bachelor and Masters degrees in Art Education at Florida State University. During her 38- year career, she taught for the Columbia County School System, the Lake City Community College, and privately at Rowand’s Book, Art/Crafts, and Hobby Store. After retirement she opened her private business, Art by Laura Hunter-Null at Art Whisperer Studio, where she creates her art. Hunter-Null joined the Art League of North Florida/Gateway Gallery as a working artist, a volunteer in the Gallery, and a Board Member. Her current exhibit at the Gateway Art Gallery features her color photography of various North Florida Wildflowers enlarged on 12”x12” aluminum metal. Hunter-Null also has a one-artist color photography show at Sandy Point Resort restaurant on the Santa Fe River in Branford. This show features her photographic river/landscapes of the Ichetucknee, Santa Fe and Suwannee Rivers. Her art also appears in at a local law firm, with the Gateway Gallery’s “hanging around” program, which allows local businesses to “borrow” art for their offices.