Florence Flea Market artist presents portrait to Farrah Turner’s mother, family
FLORENCE, S.C. -- Artist Anthony Floyd who works out of a shop at Florence Flea Market Monday presented mother Katie Godwin and family members of Farrah Turner with artwork of the Florence County Sheriff’s Office investigator who died Oct. 22 after she was shot Oct. 3 while trying to serve a search warrant at a residence in Vintage Place subdivision.
“Farrah Turner touched lives everywhere she went including the Florence Flea Market where she is loved and cherished by staff and vendors alike. That beautiful, genuine smile of hers along with the ability to treat everyone with the same dignity, respect and fairness is what drew everyone to love her,” according to a release issued by the Florence Flea Market.
Floyd, a Lumberton resident, is a regular vendor at the Florence Flea Market who specializes in air brush painting. He creates air brush designs on various items at his mobile booth every weekend. It was at this booth that he met Farrah,” according to the release.
“Anthony did an air brush portrait using a picture from social media and truly captured that beautiful smile and sweet caring soul all of us know and love. Anthony has never meet Farrah’s family but wanted to show his condolences by presenting them this portrait for Christmas,” according to the release.