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       GEORGIA WATERCOLOR ARTISTS   Judy Huang

   

  Jusy'a paintings instill a feeling of tranquility and serenity through the variations of colors, textures, and techniques to capture the ever changing moments of nature. In essence, painting for Judy, is of a personal communication and feeling between her and nature.  She is a member of International Watercolors.

 
         
   
 
                                                   
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Artist’s Statement by Judy Huang      

Watercolor is my favorite medium, despite the fact that I have used numerous other media to paint and draw since I was a very young. Watercolor has a fluid and transparent quality unlike any other media.   It allows freedom, infusion of possibility, versatility of presentation, and expression rendering beyond personal style in forms and patterns.  I prefer my paintings to be extensive in scope of images and vivid in the depictions of the delicate colors of nature and our environment.   The sky is the limit for watercolor painting.

I am always intrigued by nature.  As simple or complicated as it can appear, nature amazes me.  My paintings depict and focus on natural phenomena.  When I am deeply engrossed in nature, I am at peace and equanimity within.  While the past and the future seem to disappear, I am drowned in each moment of serenity with the ever-changing appearances of clouds, sunsets, lights, storms, and colors.  I usually prefer taking photographs, capturing one of the moments in nature.  I paint from the photographs that I have taken and transfer my memories and observations of these natural phenomena into watercolor paintings, and capture these emotional experiences into imaginative stories of my own connections with nature. 

My watercolor paintings are pictorial and representational of WHAT I see perceptually, guided by my engagement with the subject. It is a personal interpretation of my interaction with nature.  My intention is neither to imitate nature nor to present it in total realism: my watercolor paintings are a personal expression of what I see based on my own emotions and viewpoints.

 Landscapes do not need to be calm, sunny, or grand.  The same landscape scene is full of changes throughout different times, atmospheres, and interferences.  A small corner of a simple scene can be attractive to me.  It may look too simple or easily ignored, yet, to me, it is full of energy, story-telling, and color.  As much as I like sunsets that are full of various warm colors, stormy skies, vigorous movements of sea or water, or night scenes arise my emotions.  I appreciate life itself with full arrays of phenomena, just the same in nature.  In my landscapes, I focus on creating the atmospheres that I would like to achieve by using different textures and varying layers with subtle and vivid colors I see in nature. 

If landscapes are the major subject matter of my watercolor paintings, then floral subjects are the second.  I love to observe the growth of plants and flowers, as well as their beauty.  Painting them does not only capture their beauty so it never fades or dies, but also reminisces my pleasure of watching them alive and in bloom.  Most of the plants and flowers I paint are from my own garden, to which I am particularly emotionally connected.  Watching them grow from seeds, seedlings, young plants, mature plants, and finally to flowering plants creates another dimension to my floral paintings, with the birth, death, and the entire life span in mind.

Not only do I paint the flowers in full bloom and formation, but also I paint them as they fade and wither.  Although I cherish and adore very much the flowers in their peak of beauty, I treasure the flowers at every moment towards their deaths.  I appreciate the spent flowers who exhibited their best with all the energy and effort they devoted to making me smile in the past.  To my eyes, they may not appear to be as beautiful as they were, yet they are as glorious as ever after.  I like to paint these withered flowers, for they bear different hues and colors of beauty.

In summary, each painting I create represents its own individuality with the mood and emotional state I hold within. I design the atmosphere I would like and create watercolor paintings with the interplays of color, technique, texture, and timing.  I do not have one fixed technique, style, or paint treatment for specific subjects, as many artists do: painting is a personal communication between me and nature.

 

 

   

 

   

At an early age, Judy was very sensitive to the connection between nature and mankind and later, through her watercolor paintings, found it to be a connection of the soul of man reflected by the variations of nature.

Her paintings express her personality and sensitivity to the world from the smallest detail to the universal, creating a painting expressed through the fluid blending and flowing of colors to produce a moving and emotional interaction in her art. Her uses of light and gentle strokes display her understanding of the world around her and the kindness she possesses, while bright and cheerful colors translate the happiness in life. Life and the seasons of nature are all integrated in her experiences expressed through the magic of watercolor.

Her paintings instill a feeling of tranquility and serenity through the variations of colors, textures, and techniques to capture the ever changing moments of nature. In essence, painting for Judy, is of a personal communication and feeling between her and nature.

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                                                                     Education

                Queens College of the City University of New York: Master of Arts

                 Florida International University (FIU): Bachelor of Fine Arts

        Miami-Dade Community College (MDCC): Associate of Arts in Fine Arts

           Taipei Senior High School: Vocational High School Diploma in Visual Arts

 

                                                                Current Exhibition

                                          ArtWorks on the Square, Fayetteville, GA

                                                     Dogwood Gallery, Tyron, GA

                                                          Griffin Gallery, Griffin, GA

                                       Griffin Regional Welcome Center, Griffin, GA

                                                           Iris City Art, Griffin, GA 

                                                          J. Michaels Art, Griffin, GA

                                           The Generations Gallery, Indian Springs, GA

 

  

                                           School/Studio Teaching Experiences: 

           ART INSTRUCTOR –   Clayton State University Continuing Ed, Morrow, GA. Feb 2009 – Present

            WATERCOLOR PAINTING INSTRUCTOR – Judy’s Studio, Griffin, GA. October 2007- Present

            WATERCOLOR PAINTING INSTRUCTOR – ArtWorks on the Square, Fayetteville, GA. October 2009- Present

      ART INSTRUCTOR –   Griffin School for the Arts, Griffin, GA.  Jan 2008- Dec 2009

         WATERCOLOR PAINTING INSTRUCTOR – Fayette Art Center, Peachtree City, GA.  May 2006- May 2008

  

                                              Workshop Teaching Experiences: 

           Watercolor Painting Workshop at Suncity Peachtree, Griffin, GA. Aug 2008

           Watercolor Painting Workshop at Suncity Peachtree, Griffin, GA. Sep 2008

          Watercolor Painting Workshop at Fayette Society of Fine Art, Fayetteville, GA. Aug 2010

Watercolor Painting Workshop at Judy’s Studio, Griffin, GA. Aug 2011

 

 

 

 Thanks Judy For Allowing International Watercolors To Share Your Workshops and Paintings!

                                         

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