Mixed Media artist Judith Randall, lived most of her life in the renowned art colony of Laguna Beach, California. Early on, she had a love for and involvement in the arts. As a young girl, “Judy” was a dancer with The Barbara Peyton Dance Studio. Later, she was a cast member of the Laguna Beach Pageant of the Masters for three consecutive summers.
In school, next to drawing, working with clay was her favorite subject. To her joy, flowers and animals would appear from a single, kneaded glob. While in college, Judy worked as a designer/ decorator and fine artist completing faux finishes and murals throughout Orange County, California. During this time period, she discovered a passion for the synergistic relationship between pattern and color. All of her art reflects this.
Judy’s work has been juried by Laguna’s Festival of the Arts, shown in galleries and commissioned by fans of her style and depth. She served as a founding member, along with Jennifer Lujan and Cindy Buckley, of “The Weave-Women Weave Unity through Art.” A labor of love, it stood four feet high and forty feet wide, and consisted of pieces from over three dozen female artists woven through industrial rebar. In November, 2003, it was installed and exhibited at Exit Gallery, CSUF (California State University Fullerton).
She’s twice been selected for publication in artbooks: Incite- Dreams Realized, Northlight Books, 2013 and Art Journey- Abstract Painting, An Inspired Collection of the Best of Abstract Art, F & W Media, 2017. July 2014: her art piece “Time has a Way,” was displayed by SeeMe in Times Square in the heart of New York City.
In 2018, Judy relocated to Dallas, Texas… for love…