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Bonnie Wilburn and George Taylor: Exhibit at Lake Worth Art League

Two artists will have their work showcased at the Lake Worth Art League and The Rickie Report hopes to see you there.  Bonnie Wilburn’s florals make you feel like you are at a botanical garden.  George Taylor’s work is of varied subjects, with  a large number of pieces in mixed media.  A public reception will be held on Friday, Oct. 18th.  More details are in this article.


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Lake Worth Art League

Invites You

Two-Person Exhibit

  George Taylor and Bonnie Wilburn


Friday, October 18th

5:30- 9:30 pm

604 Lucerne Avenue

Lake Worth, FL 33460


 The Lake Worth Art Gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.  Entry is free of charge.

(561) 586-8666


The Lake Worth Art League (LWAL) has some amazing artists.  Being involved in their community and having a lot of fun together are key elements to their success!  This month, two members of LWAL will be showing their work:  George Taylor and Bonnie Wilburn.  Both self-taught artists, each has their own style which are very appealing!



Bonnie’s imagination is driven by her passion for self-expression through art.  And her inspiration lives all around her!  The flowers and plantings in her yard provide her with the images, while her paintings are noted for their unique style, elegance and technique.    


"From Our Garden" by Bonnie Wilburn

“From Our Garden” by Bonnie Wilburn


Bonnie often uses a palette knife to create these vibrant pieces of art.  Having lived in the Palm Beaches most of her life and when her health forced an early retirement, Bonnie was able to focus on what comes most naturally … expressing her enthusiasm for living her life through bright & expressive artwork. Bonnie’s positive attitude is infectious!




“Bird’s Nest” by Bonnie Wilburn



Bonnie can create the perfect piece for any purpose.  She has the ability to bring your vision to life. Her skills allow her to create a wide range of artistic expressions which can be used to decorate your home, office, or place of business.

George Taylor is a retired Respiratory Therapist.  He enjoys good music and has always dabbled in art, even as a child.   George tells us, “I love action, people and musicians”.   He is inclined to capture people in action and musicians while playing their instruments, using a variety of artistic mediums.


Mixed Media by George

“Play Me  A Tune” by George Taylor


While George works in watercolor, pastel, acrylic and oil, he confesses that watercolor and pastel are his favorite mediums to use.  George also favors mixing these media as he creates.  His use of particular materials helps the viewer relate to the action happening in the painting.


"The Horse Race"  by George Taylor

“The Horse Race” by George Taylor



The Rickie Report hopes that people will come out to support the Lake Worth Art League so it can continue to offer art classes from beginners to the experienced artist, lectures and demonstrations of different techniques and subject matter.   The LWAL undertakes projects for the City of Lake Worth, such as the mural project at the municipal swimming pool.  The group also sponsors outdoor art shows by its members.


To see more of Bonnie’s work please visit: or  For more information about George’s work, please call: 561-309-1895.

The Lake Worth Art League (LWAL) was founded in 1941.  It is a nonprofit 501C[3] educational organization to further the study and development of art and enhance the cultural life of its members in the Lake Worth and surrounding Communities.
For more information about the Lake Worth Art League, please contact  Tara Maule, President 561- 586-4271  or  or   Bonnie Wilburn,Vice- President 561- 242-9005  at or visit the Lake Worth Art League’s website at: 

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