Judy Pickett lives in Orlando, FL. She moved to Central Florida to attend college and received her BA in education from Stetson University. Later, while raising her family, she went on to studied interior design and work as a faux finish artist. Now, as an empty nester, Judy creates artwork inspired by nature. She says her work is “A modern take on botanical…”
“Inspired by native plants, I create one of a kind pieces of art in the beautiful Florida sun. You can often find me outside in the sunshine producing cyanotype prints, that I will later use in encaustic paintings.”
It is a perfect union of form and texture.”
Defining the mediums
Cyanotype is an alternative photography process that uses the light of the sun to develop an image.
Encaustic painting is an ancient art form. It combines bees wax, damar resin and pigments that, once heated, become a molten paint giving way to beautiful translucent images.