Category Archives: Art by Judith

Art and Music – Memorization

As a pianist, I’ve always struggled with memorization. It doesn’t come easily for me. Recently I spent weeks memorizing Schumann’s Melodie, a very simple piece with no real technical demands. I played it over and over. I studied the music carefully. I

Art and Music – Memorization

As a pianist, I’ve always struggled with memorization. It doesn’t come easily for me. Recently I spent weeks memorizing Schumann’s Melodie, a very simple piece with no real technical demands. I played it over and over. I studied the music carefully. I

The Big Event

Remember last summer? Remember the abstract expression prompts I started following from Artist magazine? Here’s another of the acrylic abstracts that resulted from that project. It’s titled The Big Event because that was the topic for the prompt. Abstract art, as you know if

The Big Event

Remember last summer? Remember the abstract expression prompts I started following from Artist magazine? Here’s another of the acrylic abstracts that resulted from that project. It’s titled The Big Event because that was the topic for the prompt. Abstract art, as you know if

Eine Kleine Nacht… Kunst

First, apologies to Carsten Wieland or any other German speakers…I hope I wrote my title correctly. I’ve been doing a lot of piano practice lately, including a lovely transcription of Mozart’s well-known Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. You’re familiar with the music, even if

Eine Kleine Nacht… Kunst

First, apologies to Carsten Wieland or any other German speakers…I hope I wrote my title correctly. I’ve been doing a lot of piano practice lately, including a lovely transcription of Mozart’s well-known Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. You’re familiar with the music, even if

Who’s Ready for Inktober?

I’m looking forward to Inktober this year, which is rather surprising. Back in 2015 when I first began learning to draw, I knew nothing about this annual event in the art community and probably wouldn’t have dared try it if

Who’s Ready for Inktober?

I’m looking forward to Inktober this year, which is rather surprising. Back in 2015 when I first began learning to draw, I knew nothing about this annual event in the art community and probably wouldn’t have dared try it if

Pictures at an Exhibition

Yesterday was a momentous day in my artistic journey of discovery. It was the opening of my very first art show – the “members only” show of the Harrisonville Fine Arts Association. I woke up yesterday morning feeling both nervous

Pictures at an Exhibition

Yesterday was a momentous day in my artistic journey of discovery. It was the opening of my very first art show – the “members only” show of the Harrisonville Fine Arts Association. I woke up yesterday morning feeling both nervous

A Taste of Art

Here is another of my abstract acrylics created in response to a prompt in a recent issue of Artist magazine. On a side note, I love this magazine. If you don’t already subscribe, I highly recommend it. The prompt was

A Taste of Art

Here is another of my abstract acrylics created in response to a prompt in a recent issue of Artist magazine. On a side note, I love this magazine. If you don’t already subscribe, I highly recommend it. The prompt was

North Lake

Recently my husband and I spent a little time at North Lake — a beautiful fishing lake north of the town where we live. Since I’m doing more drawing and painting directly from nature, we’ve been checking out many of

North Lake

Recently my husband and I spent a little time at North Lake — a beautiful fishing lake north of the town where we live. Since I’m doing more drawing and painting directly from nature, we’ve been checking out many of