Judith Burton’s art encompasses a diversity of styles and moods. She is adept at communicating a mood in her paintings; such as a cool and quiet snow scene or a vibrant and rowdy landscape, which the eye explores with it secrets, depths and detail. Her easy and loose brush strokes contrast with the detail of realism in her pencil renderings such as a shining chrome fender of a vintage automobile. Her pencil work consists of layer upon layer of fine lines of every orientation to present the impression of colors and the imitation of luminescence and reflection of light.
Judith is a remarkable person who gives unselfishly to support the good of the community, future of art, and to improve children’s lives.
Photographer and visual designer Jason Liske strives to capture the moments in which human intent and nature’s intersect. His passion for photography springs from his background in design, the photographs reflecting his appreciation for bold architectural and landscapes forms that resonate in their surroundings. He has collaborated with some of California’s leading architectural and landscape design firms in capturing and expressing their identity within the digital medium.