Judy Wilson's Paintings/Creations

Featuring my own learning curve as an artist. All I know about being an artist I learned in Kindergarten:)
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These are sculpted pots I made for teacher gifts.  The plants are Christmas Cactus'.  They were fun to make!!!  Xmas 2016

These are sculpted pots I made for teacher gifts. The plants are Christmas Cactus'.

This painting was inspired by the memory of many special bouquets of dandelions I received as a mother and educator.  It is my 10th painting.   I learned how to use a palette knife when doing this piece. April 2016

This painting was inspired by the memory of many special bouquets of dandelions I received as a mother and educator. I learned how to use a palette knife when doing this piece.

This is my 7th painting.  I learned how to mix skin colour.  I do like whimsy!  I haven't named this one yet. Feb. 2016

I learned how to mix skin colour. I do like whimsy! I haven't named this one yet.

This is Judy's 3rd painting.  I'm happy when I paint! Jan. 2016

This is Judy's 3rd painting. I'm happy when I paint! Jan. 2016

The very 1st collaborative, intuitive painting that mother daughter team (Pat Kammer and Judy Wilson) created. We let music be our inspiration. It was a totally inspiring experience. Jan. 2016

The very collaborative, intuitive painting that mother daughter team (Pat Kammer and Judy Wilson) created. It was a totally inspiring experience.

Inspired by the roaring 20s.  This is Flossy the party girl.  Painted in Nov. 2017.

Inspired by the roaring 20s. This is Flossy the party girl. Painted in Nov. 2017.

This painting is called Creation of Colour but I actually should have called it Whirlwind life.  I was feeling my life was in a whirlwind when I painted it.  March 2017  This is currently on display at the Belleville Art Association Gallery.

This painting is called Creation of Colour but I actually should have called it Whirlwind life. I was feeling my life was in a whirlwind when I painted it. March 2017 This is currently on display at the Belleville Art Association Gallery.

This is my first attempt at using encaustic medium and ink.  I loved working with these two mediums.  Feb. 2017

This is my first attempt at using encaustic medium and ink. I loved working with these two mediums.

This small artwork was created using encaustic techniques and ink.  I made this in Feb. 2017.  It is my 2nd piece using these mediums.  It's called "Winter Wendy".  Look carefully and you can see her wings.

This small artwork was created using encaustic techniques and ink. I made this in Feb. It is my piece using these mediums. It's called "Winter Wendy". Look carefully and you can see her wings.

I made this elf pot for a teacher.  Xmas 2016

I made this elf pot for a teacher.

I made this painting for my grandson Nicolas.  He was puzzled by the goose.  The reindeers were on strike that Christmas.  Xmas 2016

I made this painting for my grandson Nicolas. He was puzzled by the goose. The reindeers were on strike that Christmas.

I have a fascination with succulents and decided to create some face containers sporting fancy hairdos.  This one will be on sale at the Belleville Art Association in Nov. 2016

I have a fascination with succulents and decided to create some face containers sporting fancy hairdos. This one will be on sale at the Belleville Art Association in Nov.

This is my first sculptured face that I did in 2016.

This is my first sculptured face that I did in

"Blue Secrets" Have you ever wondered who lives behind the lovely facade of homes?  The key represents the secret lives of those who live behind the door.  Painted in Sept. 2016

"Blue Secrets" Have you ever wondered who lives behind the lovely facade of homes? The key represents the secret lives of those who live behind the door. Painted in Sept.

When my father, Charlie Kammer, was a boy in the 1930s he was told by his grandmother, "Charlie don't go in the woods because the Purple Whipple Tree will get you".  His grandmother was trying to keep him safe.  As a father expanded on the story and added characters like Gus the groundhog, Burly bear and the fish with the pink eye.  These stories were the inspiration for this collaborative piece that mother and daughter Pat Kammer and Judy Wilson completed together in April 2016.

When my father, Charlie Kammer, was a boy in the 1930s he was told by his grandmother, "Charlie don't go in the woods because the Purple Whipple Tree will get you". His grandmother was trying to keep him safe. As a father expanded on the story and added characters like Gus the groundhog, Burly bear and the fish with the pink eye. These stories were the inspiration for this collaborative piece that mother and daughter Pat Kammer and Judy Wilson completed together in April 2016.

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