Native American Art and Illustrations
(San Diego, CA)
ThunderBird in Cave
As an artist, several years ago, I became engrossed in Native American myths and legends, mainly Hopi. I've assembled a small but colorful library of facts and stories about several Native American cultures and artists.
My heritage includes Cherokee ancestry.
I paint and sketch with color pencils.
All of my art depictions are original and interpretive.
I was awarded a three year scholarship to attend classes at the prestigious Museum of Fine Arts School in Boston, Mass. During my attendance there, The Massachusetts State College of Art awarded me a three week scholarship as a recruiting tool.
During both scholarships, I was still attending high school as an honor roll student.
I have always been passionate about painting and drawing. When in grammar school, my art was chosen to go on exhibit in Japan and a couple of European countries. The Boston Globe newspaper awarded me the "Golden Key" for a fine art portrait of a high school classmate.
I never had any training in film production, but when I moved to San Diego, CA, I met a few Hollywood personalities and decided that I would insert myself into an independent film production company, located in Carlsbad, CA.
I was hired and worked as Assistant to the Executive Producer. We did two feature films: "Slaughterhouse" and "The Arrival," with John Saxon as the star. It looks great on my resume!
I then got it into my head that I could produce my own little production, and I did. I received the "Telly award" (equivalent to an Emmy for non-broadcast productions) for a children's documentary entitled, "RAD 2000," concerned with guns, gangs, teen pregnancy and drugs, splashed with a smidgen of humor and the help of MTV music videos.
Are you interested in my illustrations? I am posting art executed with color pencils for your perusal and for your information. All fees for my services are negotiable.
I do not have a website. Please feel free to contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My name is Judith. Good luck with all of your endeavors!
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