Featured artists for the March Gallery Walk will be author, Kimberly Joan, and artist, Rebecca Peterman, both members of the Hot Springs High School Class of 1988.
Kimberly Joan was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from the University of Arkansas at Pin Bluff. Kimberly Joan launched her career by working in daycares and public schools in Marietta and Atlanta, Georgia. She has been a private nanny to many families in Atlanta for over twenty-five years. Kimberly has also worked as a celebrity nanny and has been on many fun adventures through her work. She is the author of The Drinking Nanny, Codes to Live by When the Kids Drive You to Drink and Yado Malley and the Unicorn Rainbow Ball. She is currently working on two new books for release in the summer of 2022.
Rebecca Peterman has operated a local, home-based studio for over 15 years and recently relocated to a commercial space in downtown Hot Springs. She specializes in family/children's portraiture and also provides headshots, personal branding, senior portraits, newborn portraits, pet portraits, commercial photography and fine art. She is currently serving as Vice President of the Arkansas Professional Photographers Association. Peterman is also a member of the Texas Professional Photographers Association, the Professional Photographers of America and the Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce. Her current exhibit focuses on the architecture of downtown Hot Springs.
Rebecca Peterman Photography cordially invites the public to meet the author and artist and view their current works on Friday, March 4th, 2022 from 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. at 801 Central Avenue, Suite 30, downtown in the historic Spencer's Corner building.