The most important elements I work with are intention and emotion. Inspiration is the answer to the intention and imagination is the propeller of emotion. This is my way of life and how I create a work of art.
Each piece has a story (an intention). Maybe it’s my perception of control, or lack thereof, that compels me to draw upon unusual weather and extreme natural phenomena as my focus. Color and composition dominate my aesthetic yet, it's the tiny details that create the deeper conversations.
We are all subjects of nature. Nature balances devastation with healing and life-giving; it restores horror with glory and beauty. Through these observations I see myself. This is the divine language of the universe and the narrative I continue to draw upon.
Judith Maureen Brandon was born in Indianapolis, IN in 1963.
She attended the Cleveland Institute of Art where she earned a BFA in enameling and drawing. She has been awarded numerous Best in Shows across the country for her large dynamic drawings as well two Ohio Arts Council Grants. She was included three times in the highly competitive National Weather Biennale international juried exhibition.
Upon meeting Judith Brandon you wouldn’t imagine her to be the artist behind the large dynamic works on paper she creates. Standing at just five feet she has to be extremely inventive at how she manipulates the materials in her studio.
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