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Judith Freeman Clark
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My interest in contemporary realism developed when I was a student of commercial illustration at The Vesper George School of Art in Boston in the 1960s. I've been painting in transparent watercolor for more than 40 years, and occasionally I work in other mediums. My award-winning paintings have been juried into more than two dozen exhibitions, and I have had two one-person shows.

Currently I am collaborating with Vermont author Sonja Hakala, to provide cover art for Hakala's three novels in the "Carding, VT" series. In the past I have done magazine illustrations, and have taken on a limited number of commissions. I would be happy to discuss a commission with any prospective client -- contact me by email or review basic details about commissioned paintings at my website: http://www.judithfreemanclark.net/commissions.html

I've attended watercolor workshops with Marjorie Glick, Peter Huntoon, Robert J. O'Brien, Jo Ellen Reinhardt, Richard Stephens, and Tony van Hasselt, and I was introduced to the photopolymer intaglio process by New York print-maker Roger E. Hyndman. I am an Artist Member of the Rhode Island Watercolor Society, an Associate member of the New England Watercolor Society, and a member of ArtsWorcester (Massachusetts). My paintings are represented by the Creative Hands Gallery in East Sandwich, MA. http://www.creativehandsgallery.com/ and by the Worcester Art & Frame Gallery, 10 East Main St. West Brookfield, MA. http://www.worcart.com/art-gallery

My work can also be viewed on my website, my blog, and my painter's page on Facebook.

Each of my paintings offered on Daily Paintworks is an original. My limited-edition series note cards are reproductions of my watercolors.