Sunday, June 7, 2015

An Exhibit and A Reception

Since my last blog post, I've been working constantly on fabric pictures for an exhibit at the wonderful Create Artisan Studio, where I frequently take classes. I knew that I wanted to concentrate on faces, which I love to draw, and that evolved into the idea of adding little stories to them and calling the exhibit "Narrative Portraits". I then decided to focus on women, and they became "Empowered Women" - a lot to live up to!

Here are my ladies:


…and, finally, this is my depiction of my wonderful daughter:

The reception for the show was so heartwarming - a lovely turnout of old and new friends - more than I ever expected. Here are some photos:

And, finally, me with my supportive husband, Bill! Couldn't have done it without him!

It was so good to work so hard toward a goal and have such a satisfying result. I'm very grateful to have had this terrific opportunity!

Thanks so much for visiting!



Simone said...

Judy your work is outstanding! You have worked so hard to pull together such a wonderful collection of narrative portraits. You really do shine doing this kind of work. It is lovely to see your supportive husband too. You both look so happy. x

sharon said...

Judy, my sweet souled friend. What a marvelous collection you've created. You HAVE been busy in your absence from your blog!
Such a treat for all of us to see what you've been up to.
And such a cute couple.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations Judy! What an awesome show. I'm so proud of you :)!
Stay inspired!

Nedra Weaver said...

Beautiful Judy! Congratulations! !

Karen L R said...

Hip Hip Hooray!
It's so wonderful to see this collection of your gorgeous work, Judy! So well done. I am happy to see your blossoming confidence.
Love, Karen

Shell said...

What a great showing of your work! They are wonderful, you should feel proud, Judy.

Nan and =^..^= said...

Judy, your fabric art is so fabulous and brilliant. What a wonderful collection. I so much enjoyed every one of them. So happy you had such a positive experience and turnout. Amazing work!

Anne Butera said...

So, so wonderful, Judy! Your ladies, your exhibition. And that darling photo of you and Bill. :)


Amy Hauschild said...

Well done Judy, your strong ladies look like a group worth knowing!
keep on sewing!