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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Meet Artist Judy Day, Theme Division accepted artist

Artist Judy Day has entered "Daffodils" into the Theme Division of Ironstone's 21st annual Spring Obsession Art Show. Join us Saturday & Sunday, March 3 & 4 at the Opening of this spectacular exhibit.  Meet the artists and see the originals for yourself.  

T-004 Daffodils by Judy Day wc 18x24  $325

Bio: JUDY DAY



Judy was born and raised in southern California where she attended Art Center and CSUN.  She received a BA in Graphic Design and k-12 credentials in Art and Math.  After teaching for 25 + years in Burbank she and her husband, Larry, retired to Jackson California.  Judy is co-owner of the Sutter Creek Gallery in Sutter Creek.

Judy’s art credits include the following:  Illustrating three educational Children’s books published by Teaching Stuff, numerous brochures, posters, painting and cards, two hand cut paper banners (3feet by 12 feet) that hang seasonally in the First Christian Church of North Hollywood’s sanctuary, many 1st, 2nd, 3rd place ribbons from the Amador County Fair, 2017 2nd place award from Ironstone Open Division Spring show.

Her awards and honors are: 1993 Jordan Middle School Teacher of the Year, 1994 Burbank Woman of the Year, 1995 Outstanding Teacher award given by the LA Times and CSUN School of Education, and in 2002 the California League of Middle Schools Educator of the Year Nominee.

“I love the outdoors, my paintings are inspired by my backpacking experiences in the Sierras, vacations around the world, historical sites, majestic landscapes, flowers, my grandchildren, and in fact almost everything around me.  I never know what will catch my eye and inspire me to paint.  I love to learn new techniques and processes, so I paint constantly.  It is my passion.”

Judy’s art work is on display at the Sutter Creek Gallery, 35 Main St. Sutter Creek

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