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Growing up in North Carolina, Boughton emerged herself in artistic culture after initially studying under her grandfather, a talented watercolorist. She realized she had a passion for visual art and pursued a further education at the University of Alabama. Here she majored in graphic design and focused in studio art, and was later featured in a number of exhibits at the university. Her work was heavily influenced and inspired by the likes of Mike Mills, Andy Warhol, Chris Johansen, Sally Mann, Georgia O’Keefe, Andre Derain, and Peter Hoffer. Not only in style, but use of mediums. She moved to Jackson Hole, WY in 2009 and was introduced to a whole new range of life, one that she decided to capture through her artwork. Her love for the wild animals of west was a huge inspiration for the work she has done in the past years. She has hung her work in galleries in Jackson, all around Colorado, Alabama, and can now be seen in Toronto. Boughton has been featured in quite a few shows around the Teton Valley area, most notably the Popadelic art Exhibit at CIAO Gallery, Naturally Nude exhibit at Shadow Mountain Gallery, Jackson Hole Salon shows, and also featured in the “Best of Wyoming” exhibit in 2013. She still lives in Jackson Hole working as a full time graphic designer and artist.
Available for private commissions and helping you out with your design needs, so please contact her with information listed on the "Contact" page. Please stay tuned for new works and information about Boughton Walden!