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Judith Dunbar

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Judith  Dunbar Abstract 212
Abstract 212
Oils
34 x 25 in
$ 2,000
Judith  Dunbar Geo In Green
Geo In Green
Oils
24 x 24 in
SOLD
Judith  Dunbar Abstract 211
Abstract 211
Oils
34 x 25 in
$ 2,000
Judith  Dunbar Abstract 213
Abstract 213
Oils
34 x 25 in
$ 2,000
Judith  Dunbar Abstract 214
Abstract 214
Oils
34 x 25 in
$ 2,000
Judith  Dunbar Abstract 215
Abstract 215
Oils
34 x 25 in
$ 2,000
Judith  Dunbar Color Field 80
Color Field 80
Oils
36 x 36 in
$ 2,600
Judith  Dunbar
Color Field 85
24 x 24 in
$ 1,000
Judith  Dunbar Geo In Gold
Geo In Gold
Oils
24 x 24 in
$ 1,400
Judith  Dunbar Geo In Red
Geo In Red
Oils
24 x 24 in
$ 1,400
Judith  Dunbar Gold Butterflies
Gold Butterflies
Oils
60 x 36 in
$ 5,400
Judith  Dunbar Starry Night 178
Starry Night 178
Acrylics and Oils
36 x 36 in
$ 2,200
Judith  Dunbar Geo In Blue
Geo In Blue
Oils
24 x 24 in
$ 1,400

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Judith  Dunbar

Judith Dunbar

Judith Dunbar Biography

Judith Dunbar embraces the idea that “evolvement in art is never ending.” She has shed the more traditional genres of her past to experience a more abstract and intuitive direction. She explores oils, acrylics and mixed media with great enthusiasm and is in constant drive and desire to experiment with art’s limitless boundaries. She admittedly loves the way that paint builds on a canvas and she has a magnetic attraction to the use of color and form.

Her paintings are not about representation, but about essence. Judith Dunbar’s art, while being figurative is without form creating a visual world where reality is mixed with images from her memory and fantasy. Judith continues a long-standing theme of painting skewed memories and blurred perspectives. There is always a struggle between the ambiguous and the recognizable yet each painting is tied to the present moment in the viewers feeling of “knowing that place”.

The first half of Judith’s professional life was spent working as a registered nurse caring for the critically ill. In order to “decompress” from her medical life, Judith began a small interior design business. It was through this business that she began developing multiple skills as a proficient faux finishing artist. Judith studied under many of the contemporary masters of the faux finishing trade and acquired a unique ability to meld both traditional methods and contemporary methods within her work. The combination of skills and her interest in fine art soon guided Judith into her own artistic direction.

Judith departed from her medical career and fine art development 7 years ago to support and care for the unexpected career of her then 13 yr old daughter. In a strange twist of fate, Judith’s eldest daughter Amanda Dunbar began suddenly painting at a remarkably masterful level while still in middle school. Her phenomenal overnight success required careful thought and guidance. Charged with the responsibility of protecting a very young artistic prodigy, Judith put her own artistic career goals aside. With Amanda’s coming of age and her education and career secured, Amanda encouraged her mother to return to her art and revisit a passion that had been quieted for several years.

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