Holly Rutchey

Holly Rutchey spent her early years in the coastal areas of the Carolinas. After her father retired from the U.S. Marines she lived in Missouri. After a year of college in Missouri she moved to Florida where she met her hubby, Ken. She lives in West Palm Beach.

She has displayed her artwork in art shows such as SunFest, ArtiGras, and Old Island Days in Key West. Her art has been in "Florida Design" magazine, and won second place for the cover art competition for "Florida Wildlife". She has regularly won awards in the annual art contest sponsored by the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge, and won awards in the "Floral Fusion" art contest sponsored by Jonathan Dickinson State Park. She won first place at the Audubon of the Everglades 50th Anniversary exhibit, 2015 at "Art on Park" Gallery in Lake Park, FL.  She has also painted life-size statues to benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of West Palm, painted a piano for the Kretzer Foundation's "Keys to the Cities", and last year painted one of "Aesop's Tables" for the "Summer in Paradise" in West Palm Beach. 

She also composed and produced two cds of original music, currently on amazon.com