Herringbone welcomes Ontario’s JudyBlue Anderson

Keep your tidy gardens and gently rolling fields – mixed media artist JudyBlue Anderson likes her landscapes rugged. Challenging. Off the beaten track. Think rocky shorelines and eroding cliffs and waterlogged swamps.

‘Trees Can’t Grow There 2’ by JudyBlue Anderson

Armed with sketches produced en plein air, JudyBlue heads back to her studio in Hamilton and, using acrylic paint, ink and scraps of paper, channels her observations into vibrant, energetic pieces that immerse the viewer into the wildness of the scene. Bug spray not required.

‘East River Park, NS’ by JudyBlue Anderson

JudyBlue has exhibited in countless solo and group shows and her work can be found in many private and corporate collections. We are delighted to welcome JudyBlue to the Herringbone family!

‘Tranquil 2’ by JudyBlue Anderson

Herringbone welcomes Ontario’s Barbara Chapman

Barbara Chapman may now be surrounded by the bright lights and big cities of southern Ontario, but her artistic heart remains on the east coast of Canada where she was born.

‘Cape Spear Coastline’ by Barbara Chapman

Barbara uses a soft, natural palette and sensitive brushwork to render the kinds of expansive views that speak to us all, regardless of our address.

‘View From the Cape’ by Barbara Chapman

Having studied art and art history at Sheridan College and the University of Toronto, Barbara now teaches painting to others as her “ongoing journey” in art continues. Barbara’s award-winning work features in many private and corporate collections and we are delighted to welcome her to the Herringbone family!

‘Blue Rocks’ by Barbara Chapman
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