An American artist, Georgia-grown and Florida-flourished, Honey Hilliard was self-taught since early childhood. After receiving an art degree from Florida State University, Honey was hired as the wildlife artist for the state of Florida. Her bird paintings adorn the state identification poster that has been in circulation 20+ years, in Florida's classrooms, state parks and hotels.
"My earliest memories include drawing and sketching to my parents' Neil Diamond 8-tracks with my brothers and Cocker Spaniels and rescue pups running around. I had a golden childhood with a beautiful emphasis on music and art." After receiving an art degree from Florida State University, Honey was hired as the wildlife artist for the state of Florida. Since becoming a self represented artist, her painting practice has thrived in expressive collections with vibrant optimism released several times a year, first made available only to her email subscribers, then in public online art shows. She currently resides in Tallahassee, and often on Florida's Forgotten Coast, and with 2 daughters, husband, a Llewellyn Setter and Tuxedo kitty.