While always creating art, Judith received her Masters Degree in teaching Braille. Self-taught, Judith started freelancing for art magazines and women's magazines, providing her own photos when needed.
After a few years, art became her focus. When asked about the switch, Judith says that writing, painting and art design are quite similar in cerebral planning and execution. The creative process is identical.
In the art world, Judith is on the Board of MOCA Projects and is actively involved with the Museum of Contemporary Art and Los Angeles County Museum.
After having been represented by a gallery, Judith changed direction to connect with clients directly online with Instagram and Twitter (@jelartnet) and her website: www.angermanart.com, artworkarchive.com/profile/judith-angerman and SPOONFLOWER.
Everyone takes photos. Everyone can take good photos. I use my iPhone's images and transform them into conceptual pieces that lend themselves to an art series. An example of this is my lenticular photography. What is a lenticular photograph? Without getting into the science, multiple images are captured and merged to give a unique viewing experience. This nexus of images adds illusions of movement. The utilization of lenticular techniques brings focus to small shifts and movements in everyday life which are often overlooked, but when isolated, gains a new meaning. For example, LEVEL is a lenticular showing a simple bubble sliding across encased in yellow liquid, back and forth... all in one photograph. It's a visually beautiful piece, but many viewers also have sensed that there's a morsel of philosophy in that moving bubble. One client mentioned to me that in this piece he saw his own quest for balance in his life.
Another love of mine is spray painting. From spray painting came my hand-painted empty spray cans. From that, came photographing the empty hand-painted spray cans. From that, came fine art prints of the photograph of the hand-painted empty spray cans. From the prints of the photograph of the hand-painted spray cans came fashion design: SPRAY, my latest art scarf with designs from the hand-painted empty spray cans.
This is how art works when an artist is open to creative possibilities. It’s a good thing.