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Summer song

Judith Monroe
Antelope, CA

About the Artist

Judith Monroe is a photo-based mixed media artist born and raised in California. She creates works with photos that blend into color, texture, and hidden treasures waiting for discovery. Layers of physical materials like photos and paint, represent layers of meaning. Judith finds inspiration by exploring the landscape and examining the natural things she finds. Her artworks are included in public and private collections from Sacramento to Scotland and shown in galleries in California and Arizona.

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About the Artist

Judith Monroe is a photo-based mixed media artist born and raised in California. She creates works with photos that blend into color, texture, and hidden treasures waiting for discovery. Layers of physical materials like photos and paint, represent layers of meaning. Judith finds inspiration by exploring the landscape and examining the natural things she finds. Her artworks are included in public and private collections from Sacramento to Scotland and shown in galleries in California and Arizona.

Artist’s Work

Summer song
Judith monroe

Summer Song

By Judith Monroe

Majesty
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Majesty

By Judith Monroe

Endless battle
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Endless Battle

By Judith Monroe

Under the shade
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Under the Shade

By Judith Monroe

Meditations
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Meditations

By Judith Monroe

With eager hope
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With Eager Hope

By Judith Monroe

Selected Exhibitions

  • Xanadu Gallery
    Scottsdale, Az, 2016
  • Museum of Biblical Art
    Dallas, Tx, 2012
  • Crocker Art Museum
    Sacramento, Ca, 2011
  • Blue Wing Gallery
    Woodland, Ca, 2010
  • Photolucida
    Portland, Or, 2005

Press and Accolades

  • Picture Perfect, STYLE Magazine
    September, 2010
  • First Place, St Johns Thirty-Sixth Religious Art Festival,” Juror Thomas Morphis, MFA, Sacramento, Ca
    March, 2009
  • That's Clever Episode #124, Home & Garden Television (HGTV)
    October, 2005