After years of observing the tiny universe visible only through her microscope, Joyce Fox opened her eyes to a new and exciting world. Using a retirement gift of painting supplies, she set out to capture this newly discovered and surprisingly large world.
Joyce painted in workshops with William Gerhold in West Virginia, Larry White King in Atlanta, and locally with Anita Elder, Amanda Lovett, and Debra Nadelhoffer.
Each of Joyce’s pieces is an original, not a print. Her favorite medium is watercolor, but since she moved to Dahlonega, she has been painting with oil. Her love of nature and of painting is evident as she captures the vastness of a mountain scene, the colors found in a simple cotton boll, or the delicacy of a flower.