Author Archives: judy
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.
Watercolor on paper placed outside in freezing temperatures while still wet- ice crystals form and remain in the paint. 8×10
Japanese Brush Painting 18×24
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
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
One of my wild giant twig bird’s nest purchased by Lulubelle Photography. Here are a few of her VERY special photographs!
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
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