Judy Copeland

Springtime Barn
Sunflower
Hat, Music, Boots

About the artist
While being a wife, mother and grandmother, Judy has taken lessons and workshops, read art books and practiced using various methods and materials.
Judy has many honors including: winning first, second and third place awards in juried shows 3 years in a row, past Vice President and Secretary of the Austin Pallette Club and Municipal Art Guild, and hosting Open Studio Tours in her home studio in Austin, Texas.

Judy was born and grew up in Southeastern Louisiana. She moved to Austin, Texas, in 1968 and was inspired by the beauty of the hill country, Austin, and her new home. She considers her most rewarding contribution to the Arts lies in the area of teaching. Her classes have included many children and adults teaching them how to begin painting. However much she enjoys teaching art, Judy is always excited by the challenge of a new commission. Her most recent works involve the rendering of images of private homes in the Central Texas area as well as working ranches.

The Hill Country continues to inspire her, and along with her husband, she travels extensively throughout the region with camera in hand always ready to capture the ever diminishing drama and beauty of the Texas countryside, a rustic barn, a slow turning windmill, a field of wildflowers all giving way to creeping civilization.

Since 1979, Judy has shown her work professionally and strives to expand her paining styles, techniques and mediums. Her mentors include AD Greer and Dalhart Windberg.




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