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Conversation On Disability, History, and Activism

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Straight Talk w Dean and Marc

Straight Talk w Dean and Marc

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We will have some amazing guests on the show today...One of them from right here in the Triangle will talk about the importance of Art to those who are Disabled, and how Art can even help in the healing process...Another, long friends, Teli and Aya Shabu, will talk about Art as a tool for talking about our history...and, the last one, Sonya Pfeiffer, will talk about being a Art Advocate and making the transition from being a TV Reporter to a Lawyer and also a Gallery owner.....and we will also have artist JudiLynn from Philadelphia on...

I have been making marks on blank surfaces since I could hold a pencil in my little hands. While the little girls in Kindergarden played house, I spent time at the easel and in my own world.
My education has always centered around art - special projects and Saturday classes throughout Land junior high school, majoring in Commercial Art in High School, and working toward a degree in Graphic Design at Tyler School of Art/ Temple University.
I have been painting formally since 2006. I have enjoyed exploring techniques in acrylic textured painting. I am also a bit of a computer nerd so playing with light and color excites me as well. I also paint with a digital stylus. My paintings tend to appeal to my tactile nature and are often spiritually nspired. I am moved by rich color and earthy tones. I lean toward the organic in form.
I am available for work on commission. Please drop me an email if interested.
It is my goal to make charitable creation my life's work. My intent is to share my craft and use it to raise much needed support for organizations that improve the quality of life for people at home and abroad.
A divine gift is given for a reason. To whom much is given, much is required. - Judilynn.

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