I’m super grateful to the meme makers right now. In this time when I often find myself struggling with anxiety and restriction-induced claustrophobia, I appreciate the gallows humor that regularly breaks through my funk and reminds me laughing is good for me. In my own art, I find myself wanting to reassure people. Maybe it’s…

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So… these are really strange times, yeah? Yesterday, I was talking to my husband, and I realized about ten minutes into our conversation that we hadn’t said one non-coronavirus thing to each other. We were exchanging the newest information, making decisions accordingly. In that moment it occurred to me, somewhere – everywhere – regular life is happening too.…

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I’ve decided to do a series of photo tutorials, and this first one – a greeting card tutorial – expresses a weird and wonderful truth. Despite the isolation of our various mandatory quarantines, we are finding ways to come together. We’re checking in with each other, calling family members and friends, texting love (and memes),…

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If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you probably know that I spent February engaged in a 29-day challenge to watercolor every day. I decided to do the challenge while reading Lisa Congdon’s latest book, FIND YOUR ARTISTIC VOICE, in which Lisa talks a lot about the tension between learning-practicing-mastering skills (which usually necessitates…

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Some days, you just have to draw the line (or chalk the sign, as the case may be.) https://judyclementwall.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Good-Vibes.mp4

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