52nd National Catalog


I have always loved how mother nature can take metal…plain dull or shiny, and make colored masterpieces. This rusty lock next to the worn wood surface gave me the hard and soft surfaces I love to paint. I live in a part of the country where there are a lot of farms and ranches. You never have to look very far to find some old truck, or discarded machinery that is showing the test of time with its rust or oxidized fronts. But, sometimes those are still the best old trucks, plow or padlock. The older I get, the more I understand.

10” x 8” — Scratchboard $950

JUDY FAIRLEY • WAOW Signature • WA • www.judyfairley.com Judy taught pastel through Walla Walla Community College for over 40 years and has been affiliated with WAOW for 45 years and In 2021 she was elected Vice-President. She has been a resident artist at the Dahmen Artisan Barn in Uniontown, Washington for the past 16 years and an advisory board member of the Fred Oldfield Western Heritage Center in Puyallup, WA. She is also a signature member of the International Society of Scratchboard Artists. She said, “my career has blessed me with many awards over the years and continued blessings and adventures to come.”


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