Artist William Kwamena-Poh, of Savannah, Ga., is reflected in his painting, “Deborah in Honor,” on Saturday during the 7th annual Bonita Springs National Art Festival held at the Promenade on U.S. 41 and hosted by the Bonita Springs Art League. Kwamena-Poh described his subject as a very good friend. “She was the first woman in Savannah that I loved,” he said of moving to the town 10 years ago. “I love who she is.” he added. “You get that radiant feeling.”

Photo by Jeremy Lyverse, Bonita Daily News

Artist William Kwamena-Poh, of Savannah, Ga., is reflected in his painting, “Deborah in Honor,” on Saturday during the 7th annual Bonita Springs National Art Festival held at the Promenade on U.S. 41 and hosted by the Bonita Springs Art League. Kwamena-Poh described his subject as a very good friend. “She was the first woman in Savannah that I loved,” he said of moving to the town 10 years ago. “I love who she is.” he added. “You get that radiant feeling.”

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