Kitty May, beloved by friends and family, was an accomplished watercolor artist who painted images from her own garden. She relished bright colors, and her naturalistic, cottage style garden was a testament to that. Her favorite day would be collecting flowers for an arrangement, which she would take to her studio to paint. In her travels to Charleston and abroad, her paints and brushes were always with her. Her personality was as colorful as her paintings, as were the vibrant and diverse groups of friends she surrounded herself with at parties in her garden. – Lloyd Bove, Kitty’s niece
The Delaware Center for Horticulture thanks Lloyd and Jeff Bove for their generous donation of Kitty’s paintings. We are proud to honor Kitty and her exceptional work in our art gallery. All proceeds from the sale of the paintings will benefit DCH's greening programs. Framed and unframed paintings are available.
To schedule a private showing with masks and social distancing, please contact Marcia Stephenson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 302-559-6225.
Check out our video highlighting some of Kitty May's work...