I have a great love for nature and all God's creation. In any artworks or photos I create, I try to reflect a moment of fleeting beauty as all things are but for an instant. I love to paint and use pastels. I paint in oils, acylics, and water colors depending on the piece. I also pursue the medieval technique of egg tempera painting.I also have begun digital painting which I create from scratch with a stylus. Photography also provides an instant in time.
Judy has a BFA and a Masters Degree From RIT'S School for American Craftsman and Fine art. She spent many years as a glass artist and was able to reflect the light and colors of God's creation through this medium. She won many awards over the years and enjoyed creating new works and selling them. She was asked twice to create glass art for the White House Christmas tree in the Blue Room. She gave up her glass studio seven years ago to pursue a personal higher calling and artistic endeavors with less equipment necessary to create art. She always has a camera with her in order to catch the fleeting beauty of life and nature. 'Sometimes these are purely for the photo itself of the simple things in my life and sometimes they become the inspiration for a painting.' She currently teaches college art courses in the Rochester School district for Monroe Community College. These include Art essentials 101 and Drawing and Painting. She incorporates her background in glass into her teaching.
I now enjoy the time to create a painting just for the sake of the joy of doing it. I am also an art teacher and a forever student in the garden of life.
I want to note that the FINE ART AMERICA WATERMARK WILL NOT APEAR ON ANY PRINT ONCE YOU PURCHASE IT. All images are the property of the artist and all copyright rights are reserved.
I sincerely hope you enjoy my gallery of images! (Please view my work in the GALLERIES tab rather than IMAGES for a more organized experience) !
Glass including blown fused and reverse painted glass
These images will show reverse painted glass pieces that sometimes incorporate sand etching and blown glass parts. Other images may be windows into blown glass pieces I have created giving them a photographic new dimension in 2D containing a mystery as sometimes only part of the 3D piece will be visible...