Allison Watson is well known throughout the South for her landscape paintings of Florida and the South East. She began her professional career as a studio artist in her early twenties. As a native Floridian, the inspiration for her paintings come from her love of the natural environment and her travels and explorations in the remote woodlands, lakes, spring, dunes and beaches of Florida. She paints from her own photography taken on location in Florida and internationally.
Watson has had over thirty solo exhibitions including shows at major Universities, private galleries and Museums as well as many group shows. Some collectors include The First District Court of Appeals, Tallahassee, and the Jacksonville Office of the Mayor, Baptist Medical Center, Amazon Exhibitions, The U.S. Embassy in Panama, Bell South, The Jacksonville Libraries, Marriot Hotels, South Trust Bank, The Haskell and the Vickers collections as well as many others including over three hundred private, public and corporate collections nationally.
She began her professional career as a studio artist in her early twenties. She has also worked as an animator, illustrator, textile artist, and art teacher and as a licensed interior designer. Ms Watson is on the teaching staff of the Cummer Museum of Art and other venues. She also teaches private classes and workshops. For information on classes or to view her work please refer to the web site or contact the artist at her studio.