In 2018 I focused on painting in acrylics, watercolor, gouache, and digitally on my iPad Pro to improve my painting skills. My goal was to paint 100 paintings - plein air, still life, and from photo reference, which I accomplished for the year! I painted with Golden acrylic paints on smaller canvases (4x6, 5x7, 5x5, etc), gouache and watercolor in sketchbooks. Additionally, I painted digitally with Procreate and various other iPad apps. Follow along as I continue to paint, Pho-Art blog or on Instagram@judy_the_artist
#2 - One Year/100 Paintings
Professional Graphic Designer with more than 30 years of progressive knowledge in the publishing industry. Skilled in Adobe Creative Cloud applications as well as a proficiency in Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, and Excel. Strong arts and design professional with an Associate of Arts (AA) focused in Commercial Art from Antonelli Institute of Art and Photography.
Logo design, illustration, print collateral, and t-shirt graphics. Digital illustration in Procreate, Sketches Pro, and Adobe mobile apps for iPad Pro and iOS.
Member of Hanover Area Arts Guild at Downtown Arts in Hanover, PA. Active Urban Sketcher in Urban Sketchers Baltimore and Harrisburg Sketchers.
Experimental art created with vintage clip art, my original photography, and a combination of several image editing apps. The process involves getting inspiration from one of my photographs, manipulating it in Diptic, Skylab, Alien Sky, Lenslight, and/or LensFX. Vintage advertising artwork is added in a collage fashion in Procreate on iPad Pro with Apple pencil using color and effects added in layers. Prints may be purchased at Society 6 and RedBubble.
Artwork created with traditional tools in a variety of mediums.
Traditional sketches in various mediums as well as those made digitally on an iPad Pro with Apple Pencil. Created from life as urban sketch style drawings, from my photographs as reference, and my imagination. Merchandise can be purchased at RedBubble and Society 6.
Life Drawing Portrait
Maryland Steam Show
Sketch from my Studio Window
The Eichelberger Building
At The Laundromat
Treat Shop At North Hanover Mall
Max's Fells Point
Center Street, Baltimore
Jim Thorpe, PA
Washington Monument, Baltimore
Urban Sketch of Old Train Station
Sherman T. Skully
A character I created several years ago, Sherman T. Skully is not an entirely accurate depiction of skeletal anatomy. Sherman is highly skilled and wears many hats, look for his latest adventures @sherman.t.skully Sherman T. Skully merchandise can be purchased at RedBubble and Society 6.