#61 TAKING STOCK OF MY LIFE AND ART – PART 2

I am so thankful that I have found such an enjoyable way to keep busy during the pandemic. I treasure all of my new paintings and plan to continue painting new ones.

ILLUSTRATING MY LIFE

In order to make the concentric rings sharp, I used an exacto knife to score the paper.

Since I painted an onion, I felt compelled to do a tomato after that.

I continue to take stock of my life and my art. I began painting new images for fun last summer and tell that story with #57 TAKING STOCK OF ART AND MY LIFE – PART 1.

This is the first time in my career where I’ve been prolifically creating new art for my own purposes. Since last July, I’ve painted over fifty illustrations.

I’m also excited to share that DPI Magazine will be featuring my work for a second time. My post, #54 INTERVIEW WITH A FOOD ARTIST, will soon have a part two!

Recently, I moved 80% of my stock images from Getty to a partner company named iStock. This is advantageous, because now my work will…

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About Judy

I'm an illustrator by profession. At this juncture in my life, I am pursuing my dream of writing and composing music. Every day of my life is precious!
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4 Responses to #61 TAKING STOCK OF MY LIFE AND ART – PART 2

  1. Joni Lautman says:

    Love that red onion! You’re doing beautiful work – Wow!

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  2. Belinda O says:

    You do such beautiful work, Judy! You’re so lucky to have this creative outlet, pandemic or not!

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