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Judith Zur - Fine Artist

Judith Zur

Oaxaca, Oaxaca - Mexico

 
 
 

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Judith Zur

Oaxaca, Oaxaca - Mexico

Judith Zur - Fine Artist

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About Judith Zur

I am a painter, therapist and anthropologist living in Oaxaca since 1998 and prior to that in London. My portrait and landscape paintings are in oil and include themes of campesinos in their surroundings, from Guatemala and Oaxaca. The landscapes tend to be plein air and it has been a privilege to travel to the countryside, close to our home, to paint scenes of people working in the fields, often using agricultural techniques that are centuries old, and to be invited to share the foods produced by locals from the crops we watched grow. The paintings from Guatemala are based on fieldwork over three years in the Quiché and Baja Verapaz provinces. My book called Violent Memories, published by Perseus press in 1998 based on anthropological fieldwork in Guatemala about how communities and particularly widows reconstruct their life after civil war. The paintings are an attempt to continue to capture this story. The paintings of Oaxaca are another, ongoing story of an, equally, ineffable process. It seems that neither words nor images can convey all that there is to tell...

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Detail of mother from Mother daughter and dog from Apoala, by Judith Zur
 

Detail of mother from Mother daughter and dog from Apoala, by Judith Zur

Mother, daughter and dog, Apoala, Oaxaca by Judith Zur
 

Mother, daughter and dog, Apoala, Oaxaca by Judith Zur

Alicia and Saar Wedding portrait by Judith Zur
 

Alicia and Saar Wedding portrait by Judith Zur

Boy turkey and wheel game by Judith Zur
 

Boy turkey and wheel game by Judith Zur

Sisters from Nebaj by Judith Zur
 

Sisters from Nebaj by Judith Zur

Dona Maria and her donkey by Judith Zur
 

Dona Maria and her donkey by Judith Zur

Triqui young woman by Judith Zur
 

Triqui young woman by Judith Zur

Oli and baby Jellical by Judith Zur
 

Oli and baby Jellical by Judith Zur

Molly by Judith Zur
 

Molly by Judith Zur

Kiskadee on cactus by Judith Zur
 

Kiskadee on cactus by Judith Zur

Son for the dead by Judith Zur
 

Son for the dead by Judith Zur

Family goods by Judith Zur
 

Family goods by Judith Zur

Lesser Lunching by Judith Zur
 

Lesser Lunching by Judith Zur

Market girl selling atole by Judith Zur
 

Market girl selling atole by Judith Zur

Dusky Flycatcher by Judith Zur
 

Dusky Flycatcher by Judith Zur

Dancers of Balam Kiej by Judith Zur
 

Dancers of Balam Kiej by Judith Zur

Waiting For My Brother by Judith Zur
 

Waiting For My Brother by Judith Zur

The other sied of the conquest by Judith Zur
 

The other sied of the conquest by Judith Zur

black crested oriole on Huaje tree by Judith Zur
 

black crested oriole on Huaje tree by Judith Zur

Young cane cutter by Judith Zur
 

Young cane cutter by Judith Zur

Ladder Backed Punk by Judith Zur
 

Ladder Backed Punk by Judith Zur

Trensitas   Little Braids by Judith Zur
 

Trensitas Little Braids by Judith Zur

Vermillion Flycatcher by Judith Zur
 

Vermillion Flycatcher by Judith Zur

Returning home in Octolan by Judith Zur
 

Returning home in Octolan by Judith Zur

Kiskadee talk by Judith Zur
 

Kiskadee talk by Judith Zur

Woman in field of cempazuchitl flowers by Judith Zur
 

Woman in field of cempazuchitl flowers by Judith Zur

Harvesting flowers in Etla by Judith Zur
 

Harvesting flowers in Etla by Judith Zur

Ring around the rosies by Judith Zur
 

Ring around the rosies by Judith Zur

Youth from San Bartolome Quialana by Judith Zur
 

Youth from San Bartolome Quialana by Judith Zur

Resilience by Judith Zur
 

Resilience by Judith Zur

Man and red cart by Judith Zur
 

Man and red cart by Judith Zur

Kiskadee in flight by Judith Zur
 

Kiskadee in flight by Judith Zur

Ploughing in Ocotlan by Judith Zur
 

Ploughing in Ocotlan by Judith Zur

My Dentists Mother by Judith Zur
 

My Dentists Mother by Judith Zur

Artesan threads by Judith Zur
 

Artesan threads by Judith Zur

six nut trees in Zaachila by Judith Zur
 

six nut trees in Zaachila by Judith Zur

Harvesting in Yagul by Judith Zur
 

Harvesting in Yagul by Judith Zur

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