Anita Bryan

The work of Denham Springs resident Anita Bryan is currently being featured in an exhibit at the Watson Branch of the Livingston Parish Library. The exhibit, titled “Great American Nature,” will be on display through the months of January and February.

After focusing on “Great American Beards,” Anita Bryan has turned her attention to “Great American Nature.”

The work of Bryan, a local artist from Denham Springs, is being featured in a nature-themed exhibit at the Watson Branch of the Livingston Parish Library over the months of January and February.

The “Great American Nature” exhibit — the second exhibit of any kind for Bryan — is currently up and will run through Friday Feb. 26.

Bryan, who previously displayed nearly two dozen pieces depicting “Great American Beards” during an exhibit at the Denham Springs-Walker Branch, has approximately 29 watercolor paintings hung for the current exhibit.

The display includes paintings of birds and other animals, a hunting club, fishing, camping, and Native Americans.

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