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Judy Sherman


I’m not going to tell you that I started drawing in grade 3 and for a school project I drew Michelangelo’s statue of David and added a fig leaf to his groin. I’m also not going to tell you that I studied Academic painting and drawing in Florence, Italy. I  also won't tell you that I have received grants, won awards, am represented in galleries and hang in collections worldwide.

 

What I am going to tell you is that I work and paint in my robe until mid afternoon.  My inspirations are Michelangelo and Gumby. My paintings must tell a story, evoke a spirit of nostalgia and elevate the soul.

 

I believe that inanimate objects and cartoons are more real and show more emotion than people. It is through these characters that the message can be delivered with ease.


Link to Judy's website:  www.shermanj.com

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Photo courtesy of David Falconer

All images on this website are copyrighted by the individual artists.

Fully Charged - oil

A Bunch of Quacks - oil

Going Green - oil

All Souped Up - oil