Archives for December 4, 2014

Judith Brandon’s stormy landscapes broadcast the fear and wonder nature evokes. dangers

by Kristen Hampshire /

Our planet is a universe of good material for Judith Brandon. She turns her admiration for the natural world into expressive canvases rich with texture, light and darkness. The power of her approach is obvious in works such as Yellow #5 Afterglow, where volcanic explosions climb the canvas to form clouds of sunlit charcoal smoke.
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Judith Brandon uses abstract paintings to make a clear point about environmental dangers

By John Kappes / Special to The Plain Dealer

Water World: Cleveland artist Judith Brandon’s new works on paper often suggest dark, watery landscapes, including this one, titled “Aegean Storm.” A one-person show of her paintings is up through the end of March at 1point618 Gallery in Cleveland. Read More…