During the winter months Audrey and her husband reside at Stoneridge Landing in Inverness, Florida. They spend their summers on Cedar Springs Lake in rural Neshkoro, Wisconsin. Audrey studied drawing under local wild life artist Shirley Erickson in Wisconsin, and while wintering in Florida was introduced to watercolor by Jude Caborn of Nova Scotia. Since then she has taken many workshops and classes to improve her skills. Audrey manages to paint or work on some artistic venture almost each and every day. In Florida Audrey is a member of the Stoneridge Snowbirds Art group and the Citrus Watercolor Club. Some of her paintings are exhibited at the Stoneridge Gallery and the Florida Artist's Gallery. She has also exhibited at the Lakes Region Library and the Brooksville Court House Gallery. In Wisconsin Audrey was President of The Rural Rembrandt Art Club of Wautoma, for two years, secretary for two years and served on the Board of Directors for 6 years. In addition to working on the committee for the annual show each July, she also is a member of the Wisconsin Regional Artists Association and has chaired a Regional Art Show for six years. In Wisconsin Audrey’s art is exhibited at The PAC Gallery in Wautoma, the Riverfront Gallery in Stevens Point, the Waupaca Art Center Gallery in Waupaca, Arts of Daycholah in Green Lake, and various local area libraries throughout the year. Audrey’s favorite subjects are underwater scenes (which invariably include some species of fish), in addition to florals, and rural landscapes including old buildings, farm houses and barns. Her favorite media is watercolor. More art can be seen on her personal website, Audrey.Bunchkowski.artistwebsites.com and in WI, the RR Art Club site at RuralRembrandts.com Also the Waupaca Art Center Gallery at WaupacaCountyArtCenter.com and a WI on-line gallery at PortalsOfWisconsin Painting has become her passion in life, second only to family and friends.