- Art Forms
About Judi Morris:
Paintings in watercolor and mixed media
Judi Miller Morris grew up in the midwest, studied art at Michigan State University and Kendall College of Art & Design. Then, after raising a family, decided to explore her creative potential and continued the education another way …. by camping, hiking and photographing her way around the country for two years. This block of time was an opportunity to participate in many art workshops with artists working in varying painting traditions.
“I studied with some fabulous watercolorists, so I now draw from a much deeper well of technique and method. I also learned something very important …. it’s the experimenting that makes the process of painting fun and challenging …. combining all I’ve learned in new ways. To me, creating art is about light and it’s about life …. depicting the intimacy in our connections with the land, people, places and things. Though I paint primarily in watercolor, I often work in acrylic and mixed media …. adding oil pastel, gauche or inks to the paintings …. mixing it up to make it exciting. After all, to be an artist we can’t forget that we came from a place called childhood …. and that’s a place we need to return to often.”
Judi paints in her home studio in Allegan. Her watercolors have won awards in numerous juried exhibitions and she has participated in many group and solo shows. Her paintings appear on book covers and hang in corporate and government offices as well as in private collections around the country.
Baker Allegan Studios
- 148 Milling District
- Allegan, MI 49010