Western Australian Artist – Jude Scott – showcases her Work

Jude Scott – heads to FabrianoInAcquarello – Italy 2019 again for the 2nd year –

selected to represent Australia at this international Showcase of Watercolour Artists from over 80 Countries mixing it in this International Symposium which in 2019 is celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Event!

JUDE SCOTT – My Favourite Things

Jude Scott is a Perth based artist and has studied painting in oils, watercolour and drawing with professional tutors and artists in Western Australia, New South Wales and China over the  years.

She is a passionate advocate of watercolour, and as such has chosen to specialize in this medium because of the diverse nature and complexity of watercolour.

“Watercolour is such a beautiful and expressive medium to use, it can be powerful and bold or delicate and subtle, it is a medium that can also produce exquisite textures and marks that never fail to fascinate me.  I find inspiration from a diverse range of subjects and always love a fresh challenge. Favourite subjects that I love to paint are serene landscapes, vibrant florals and intriguing faces. There are so many ideas and subjects for the next painting I will need to keep painting till I am a 105!“says Jude. “I am thrilled to be going to Fabriano for the second time this year, it was such a buzz in 2018.”

Jude is a popular teacher, demonstrator and a workshop tutor and facilitator in Western Australia, running regular classes in her Canning Vale studio. Jude tutors workshops on demand for small or large groups throughout the year in city and country locations in Western Australia and overseas.

As an extension of being an avid traveler Jude tutors international workshops, June 2018 and June 2019 at Ubud, Bali and has been invited to tutor two courses at The Watermill, Tuscany Italy in August 2019.

Jude Scott’s artworks can be viewed on the website: https://www.judescott.co/

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