Judy Lew Loose, an artist with over 30 years of career experience, is taking watercolors up a notch. Her unique blend of color, light and shadow shimmer with a splash of pointillism. This method of using tiny dots of pure color, explores a new technique in watercolors. Judy, is a pioneer in this style and her paintings are collected by both professional organizations and private collectors.
Judy can amplify the drama of the moment in time. Her ability to see color in all facets of painting is apparent in her professional background in fine art. She holds a BFA degree from the prestigious Pratt Institute located in Brooklyn, New York, and attended the Academy of Art College in San Francisco for two years.
In her words, a painting may take several days, months or years. However, with time, her style has evolved. This is symbolic of the artist who is, herself, transforming with her work. Her talent of using light and color casts upon everything she creates. Her passion for the subject is deep. Judy truly sees the spark in a subject and takes great effort to share her vision. She aspires to having watercolors gain a comparable respect of oils, with a permanent place in public, corporate and museum venues, as well as with collectors.
Iʼm often asked, how many hours do my paintings take. My response: “Painting from instinctive feeling has no time frame. I donʼt count the hours, as every dot paints a tear, and happy dots heal the soul.”
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