TUESDAYS, APRIL 20 – MAY 11, 2021
1:00-3:30PM PT / 4:00-6:30PM ET

Instructor:  Judith Joseph

This class marries Chancery Cursive, an elegant italic hand, with beautiful floral border design and illustration.  You will learn to use a dip pen and ink to create flowing lettering.  Watercolor technique will be taught along with border design.  You will learn how to relate the textual content to the decorative embellishment.

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$120

Beginners
Adults and Teens

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Judith Joseph

Judith Joseph

Instructor

Judith Joseph is a Chicago based visual artist and educator. A native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, she has a B.S. in Art from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Judith has had numerous solo exhibitions of her work, including the Kraft Center at Columbia University, New York, the Illinois Arts Council Gallery, Chicago, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and a two-person exhibit at Zack Gallery, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Her work may be found in hundreds of private collections and many public collections, including the Chicago Public Library, Respect and Tolerance Foundation (Czech Republic), Milwaukee Public Museum, North Shore Congregation Israel, KAM Isaiah Israel Congregation and Family Service of Oak Park/ River Forest, Illinois. Her ketubah designs are licensed with Ketubah.com, the premier seller of ketubah art in the world. In addition to her dynamic studio practice, Judith is on the faculty of the Chicago Botanic Garden and the Art Center, Highland Park. She has done numerous artist residencies, several of which included commissioned works of her art. She is an active member of the Jewish Art Salon, an international group, and participates regularly in JAS group exhibitions in New York and internationally. She is co-curator of the JAS Open Studios online series. Judith’s work has been featured in several books about art and many newspaper and magazine articles, academic journals, zines and radio features. She has received numerous awards, including the Illinois Arts Council Artists’ Fellowship Award (1998 and 2004).