Columbus, Georgia artist, Booth Malone, is widely known throughout the south for his portraiture of adults, children and animals. He has a remarkable talent for capturing the animation - the fleeting moment or expression unique to his subject - which defines that individual.
Originally from south Florida, he graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Visual Design and spent the next decade with The Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta. His corporate duties afforded him the opportunity to travel worldwide and to develop contacts, skills and insights that he continues to apply to his art today.
Booth began painting professionally in 1985, slowly building a following at first through word-of-mouth, then later, wider audiences through exhibitions and shows. He has had one-man shows in Mobile, Columbus and Anderson, South Carolina; exhibited at juried shows in Charlottesville, Virginia; at the Museum of Hounds and Hunting (Morven Park, Virginia); The American Academy of Equine Art (Lexington, Kentucky); and at the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art (Augusta, Georgia). He has done numerous covers for The Chronicle of the Horse magazine, and provided the official poster for The Columbus Steeplechase at Callaway Gardens. His work is included in numerous private and corporate collections through out the U.S. Booth is the official artist of the United States Equestrian Team (USET) and is represented by Frost & Reed Gallery (London & New York).
Professionally he is a member of the American Society of Portrait Artists, the American Academy of Equine Art and the Columbus Artists' Guild. As one might suspect from his resume, Mr. Malone counts among his primary influences: Sir Alfred Munnings, Remington and Russell, Gilbert Stuart and John Singer Sargent.
Booth also produces work by commission. Please call for a listing of prices.
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