Judy uses a comprehensive collection of found papers which she paints, stains and textures as her palette. It is with this media that she “paints” her collages. Her work is meant to project acceptance, love, peacefulness and gratitude. She was a graphic designer for 10 years, then a stay-at-home homeschooling mom for the next 10 years. Since 2006 Judy has been developing her technique and direction as a collage artist.
From Main St, take E McBee Ave and merge onto E
Washington St at traffic light after Springfield Baptist Church. At the next light, turn right onto Cleveirvine. Pass the ball field on your right side, then turn right onto Woodland Way, the entrance to Cleveland Forest. Take the second left onto Knollwood Ln. The home studio is near the top of the street on the right. Look for the house with red shutters and blue bottle tree.