Canadian born Judith Pearson currently resides in Wichita, KS. She has studied under many sculptors: the accomplished Wichita sculptor Nancy Tapp, figurative sculptor Lincoln Fox and Eugene Daub for portraiture and bas relief. Most recently Judith completed a course in 3-dimensional sculpture with Barry Badgett of Wichita State University. This course of study included the mediums of clay, wood, aluminum and steel.
Ms. Pearson is an active member of: Wichita Women Artists, Artist Guild of Wichita and Wichita Sculptors Guild.
Ms. Pearson has developed a masterful command of both portrait and figurative work. Critiques of her sculptures have stated that her portrait work makes her depiction of their loved ones "live" in a way that very few sculptors have achieved. Her uncanny treatment of 'eyes and mood' in her portrait pieces have fascinated and delighted owners of her commissioned pieces.
Ms. Pearson pursues a great passion for all good art, and feels that her gifts of being able to contribute to that world, is the most rewarding and exhilarating aspect of her life.
Accepts Commissions ..... Yes
Media: Bronze, fired clay, some stone carving
Speciality: Figurative (children and adults, portraits of both), Animals (wildlife and domestic), Portraits of pets, horses and dogs are special subjects, Cartoon Characters (pigs are a specialty)
Harmony in Sculpture Studio
1618 N Lark
Wichita KS 67212