This blog is dedicated to helping people find their creative zone and master artistic techniques for joyous expression. As an artist and painting instructor, I pay attention to what works for people as they pursue their creative goals, and that is what I present here.
I write about how artists manage to make a living, organize their work day and studios, network with each other and impact their communities. I seek out artists who are productive and successful, interview them, and discuss what can be learned from their approach. I also speak from and about my own experiences making art every day.
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My artistic specialty is the ketubah and painting, which can be found on my website: http://www.judithjosephstudio.com
Judith Joseph is an artist and art educator, teaching painting classes at the Art Center, Highland Park, Illinois and the Chicago Botanic Garden, among others. In her early professional life, she worked as a free-lance art critic and journalist and was published in the New Art Examiner and Format Magazine. This blog marks a return to writing about art.
(View resume at: http://www.judithjosephstudio.com/resume.html )