Judy took a trip to Southern Ontario in October, just in time to catch the splendid display of fall colours. Inspired for a painting, she did change the oak trees to more local poplars, but the result is all about the glorious colours. This painting is very large and very long, and it would warm up any room in any season with a glint of fall.
One winter morning an orange hue was cast over the whole view. It was particularly striking in combination with the boxcars lined up just outside town. The colours and perspective held great promise for a painting. A few years later, here’s the result, almost finished.
Another of Judy’s newest paintings, Fall Cascade, is part of our show Allure. Fall Cascade is exactly that; a rainbow of autumnal tones swirling from up in the trees to the ground below. Negative painting with cooler hues gives it a secret, fairyland feeling.