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paintings by
Judy P. Smith


Available Oil Paintings

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Snow Moon:  $150.00

November 2004

Genesis Oil on canvas

18" x 24"

Independence 2003: $125.00

July 2003

Genesis Oil on canvas

18 x 24

Mountain Meadow: $125.00

June 2003

Genesis Oil on canvas

18 x 24

Marsh Pony: $125.00

June 2003

Genesis Oil on canvas

18 x 24

Assateague Island

Pony Pointe: $125.00

June 2003

Genesis Oil on canvas

18 x 24

I constructed this image from a photograph that I took of Assateague Island from across Sinexputent Bay at our campsite during our vacation.   The unique nature of the photograph from which this was done was due in fact to my having taken the photo through the lens of a pair of binoculars.  I added ponies to the image, however, I had observed several ponies in the vicinity the day prior to taking the photograph.  I put a little twist on the painting by painting in an oval shape, flattening out the circular shape of the binocular lens and then allowing the painting to overflow the oval on either side for balance.

Daydreamer: $125.00

May 2003

Genesis Oil on canvas

16 x 20

I had recently seen an image of a woman walking alone, it inspired me to put a woman at the edge of the surf gazing into the distance.  There she is left to contemplate and dream upon her future or past.  That is left up to the view.

Fall: $125.00

November 2002

Genesis Oil on canvas

18 x 24

My mother, Dorothy Parsons, took the photograph from which this painting was based.  It is of a waterfall located at Maymont Park, a local park in Richmond, Virginia.  However artistic license has been taken as I have changed it from a spring scene to a fall one.

Sinexputent Bay: $300.00

July 2002

  Genesis Oil on canvas

24 x 30

Our family vacation this year took us towards Ocean City, Maryland.  We stayed at a campground located on Sinexputent Bay.  On our second morning there, our oldest, Walter went out to take some photographs of the morning sunrise.  I adapted one of his photographs to arrive at my finished painting.   I really liked the idea of the sunset over the bay with the herons and sandbars in the foreground.  It really gives you a clear picture of where we stayed.

Lazy Afternoon: $125.00

June 2002

Genesis Oil on canvas

16 x 20

The children were preparing for the end of school and I need to relax, so I rummaged through my idea books and came up with the idea for Adirondack chairs on the shore of the lake.  What could be more relaxing than sitting lakeside in a comfortable chair watching the sailboats passing by?  On later reflection it sort of reminded me of a Corona commercial.  All I needed to add was a table between the chairs.  Sometimes the inspiration comes from the strangest things. 

Rascal: $125.00

January 2002

  Genesis Oil on canvas

16 x 20

This is our cat, Rascal, from the once in a lifetime photograph of him.  Hes got such a regal look.  The hard part about using the cat as a subject was getting the shading of his fur right.  In my reference photo the light is coming in from the left and behind him, thus creating some unusual shadows that I had to overcome. 

Heron's Cove: $35.00

January 2002

Genesis Oil on canvas board

12 x 14

The family was on an excursion to Henricus Park in Chesterfield County, Virginia where I took a photograph of this secluded shoreline area.  The park is a known nesting area for herons.  So I just took the photograph one step further and added the heron.

Hidden Retreat: $50.00

September 2001

 Genesis Oil on wooden tote

13 x 17

My second oil painting is an adaptation of a pattern found in Painter to Painter, by Donna Bell.    I painted this one on the outside of a travel palette case.  In Hidden Retreat I experimented with the new paint colors and texturing.  As I have begun using the Genesis Heat Set Paints I have found that more and more I veer away from the palettes used in instructional books and tend to stick with my own choice of palette.