Judy Johnson-Williams shows her stuff, May 1 reception



One of my most favorite artists and dear friend Judy is having a solo show.

 ARTworkSF Gallery
49 Geary St, Suite 234
San Francisco, CA
hours 10:30-5:30pm Thurs-Sat

 Her reception is on May 1, 5:30-7:30pm,
with a curator’s talk about her work, at 5pm

Check out more of her work at: http://www.judyjohnson-williams.com/

  Judy Johnson-Williams is a self taught artist, who took a detour through
chemistry before discovering the true meaning of life. She gleefully
toured drawing, watercolor, pastels, and printmaking before hitting her
true media of drawing with a knife on cardboard. Using large sheets of
scavenged cardboard from boxes, she turns the rejected into the much sought
after, while still respecting it’s previous life by using the staple holes
etc as a part of the composition. The entire cardboard is painted a single
color and the layers are carved away to reveal the original colors and
texture. This is a unique media that uses pattern and perspective to
create depth while emphasizing the dance of light and shadow.


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