About the Artist

Rani Garner is a dedicated, career artist living in rural Georgia. Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Arizona State University. After years of living and painting abroad and on both coasts, her art has become all about capturing the essence of light. Early morning walks and visits to the Gulf Coast are the major inspirations for her paintings, which are prized by collectors who are reminded of their own meaningful moments of communion with light and what it symbolizes to them.  Another artist has said of her work, "It is as if she has taken the best parts of a day and condensed them down into one single, perfect moment.”

Rani’s paintings are represented by galleries throughout the Southeast. Her latest work will be featured in a two-person show March 17-31 at Lagerquist Gallery in Atlanta, as well as at spring shows at The Columbus Museum and The Huntsville Museum of Art. Her husband builds custom furniture and their workshop and
studio are at their home in Buena Vista, Georgia.