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Judith Allison

Judith Allison

Oil painter of Florals, Texas Rural Americana and Seascapes. She was born and reared in Marquez, a small town outside of Waco, Texas. Her first solo Art Show was in 1978 at the Meridian Museum of Fine Art in Mississippi.

She is a national artist and has been featured in American Artists, an illustrated survey of leading contemporary artists and American References Corporation's Second Edition of the Southwest Art Review.

Her paintings have been sought by prestigious collections throughout the U.S. and Europe. To Judith, part of the reward of painting is "watching the expressions on someones face as they look into one of my paintings. The smiles make it all worthwhile."

Cambridge Who's Who, Woman of the Year Award, Library of Congress, 2011.
Member since September 2009
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Latest comment Love the colors and the softness of the petals and how they have fallen on the table top. Laurel Laurel Cyrene
   
Recently I have started to use goggles and a paint mask to protect my eyes and lungs from paint fumes, both acrylic and oil. I find this works well. My...
i will use masks, if it is bothering me. however the smell of oils and turps never bothered me. i kind of liked it actually. and i have never smelled anything... view answer
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