Author Archives: judy

Painting in Winter

Frozen Experimental series — watercolor on wet paper placed outside in below freezing temperatures.  Notice the ice crystal formations that remain in the paint after drying.    

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Frozen painting

Watercolor on paper placed outside in freezing temperatures while still wet- ice crystals form and remain in the paint. 8×10

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Bug Collection

Watercolor 18×24

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Blue Birds and Bamboo

 

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Birds in the Bamboo

Japanese Brush Painting 18×24

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Exhibition at Willow Valley

I’m excited to exhibit my watercolor and ink Sumi-e (Japanese Brushwork) paintings and scrolls in The Clubhouse at Willow Valley Communities. I’ll be demonstrating Japanese calligraphy at a reception on July 20th and will paint your name in Japanese calligraphy … Continue reading

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The Little Chair

Pull up a chair and join me in the garden.  The “Native Plants in the Landscape” conference at Millersville University offered a workshop taught by Landscape architect David Hughes. He taught us how to create miniature chairs made with invasive trees and plants gathered from the woods. … Continue reading

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Wild Twig Birdnest

One of my wild giant twig bird’s nest purchased by Lulubelle Photography.  Here are a few of her VERY special photographs!  

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Priscilla’s Book

I was excited when several years ago, a woman I didn’t know, contacted me about including one of my sketches, Autumn Tree, in a book she was writing. Priscilla Vernier is her name and her book, Notes ‘n Quotes, has … Continue reading

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A Visit to The Detroit Garden Works

I recently visited the beautiful Detroit Garden Works. A garden shop of distinction, with beautiful sculpture, wonderful plant combinations and tons of amazing treats for a passionate gardner to drool over. Here are a few photos from my visit: These large concrete fruits … Continue reading

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