Judy Deitch

 

"Color Blind"

 

 

"Quiet Tide"

 

 

"Last Light"

 

 

Judy is a juried member of The Valley Watercolor Society since 2009.

She is also a juried member of the Pastel Society of the Gold Coast since 2011.

She is also a 2011 Award Winner at The Watermedia and Light Exhibit at the Finegood Art Gallery in Los Angeles.

 

    Judy is a “Colorist” whose watercolors and pastels are a reflection of the California landscape that surrounds her. She is influenced by natural light and the vivid contrasts of shadows in nature. To set the mood, she uses rich colors in her landscapes and paintings that are photographed during her travels.

 

    Her passion of the Arts & Crafts Movement in America is depicted in her careful use of simple forms, harmonious lines and quality workmanship. She is a collector of Native American Art and is a fan of Gustav Stickley, Green and Green, William Morris and reinterpreting the Arts & Crafts ideals for Americans.

Her blending of bold strokes and colors, along with attention to detail, allows her to share her creative and spiritual connection with her environment.

 

    Judy lives in the Los Angeles area and has a Bachelor of Fine Art degree from UCLA, as well as a degree in textile and fashion design from The Fashion Institute in Los Angeles.

 

    Judy spent 16 years as a woman’s clothing and fabric designer for well-known fashion manufacturers. She has costume experience, working with the John Ford Theatre and the Mark Taper Forum. Having left her career to raise a family, she has returned to her love of watercolor and pastel. Judy also works in cold cloisonné, mosaics and tile. Her paintings evoke a calm and simpler time.

 

    Judy is a member of:
The Pastel Society of the Gold Coast
Westlake Village Art Guild
The Valley Watercolor Society
The Costume Society of America
The Arts & Crafts Society


http://www.deitchart.com

 

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