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Judy Ann Filipich
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Cosmic EGG
Acrylic on Canvas
24" x 24" 

    Cosmic EGG

    Acrylic on Canvas
    24" x 24"
  • In Space
Oil on Canvas
12" x 12" 

    In Space

    Oil on Canvas
    12" x 12"
  • Kissing
Oil on Canvas
36" x 36" 

    Kissing

    Oil on Canvas
    36" x 36"
  • Primary Colors
Oil on Canvas
30" x 24" 

    Primary Colors

    Oil on Canvas
    30" x 24"
  • A Walk In The Park
Oil on Canvas
14" x 14" 

    A Walk In The Park

    Oil on Canvas
    14" x 14"
  • Considerations
Oil on Canvas
12" x 9" 

    Considerations

    Oil on Canvas
    12" x 9"
  • My Ancestors
Oil on Canvas
9" x 9" 

    My Ancestors

    Oil on Canvas
    9" x 9"
  • Our Earth
Oil on Canvas
12" x 12" 

    Our Earth

    Oil on Canvas
    12" x 12"
  • The Flower
Oil on Canvas
24" x 24" 

    The Flower

    Oil on Canvas
    24" x 24"
  • The WoodPecker
Oil on Canvas
24" x 24" 

    The WoodPecker

    Oil on Canvas
    24" x 24"
  • Twilight Zone
Oil on Canvas
30" x 30" 

    Twilight Zone

    Oil on Canvas
    30" x 30"
  • Plastic Bottle Series #1
Recycled Straws, Cups, and Bottle
16" x 8" 

    Plastic Bottle Series #1

    Recycled Straws, Cups, and Bottle
    16" x 8"
  • Sculpture Free Standing with Styrofoam Base
Styrofoam with Plastic
37" x 9" 

    Sculpture Free Standing with Styrofoam Base

    Styrofoam with Plastic
    37" x 9"
  • Yellow/Orange Assemblage
Oil Paint on Plastic Recycled Materials
14" x 7" 

    Yellow/Orange Assemblage

    Oil Paint on Plastic Recycled Materials
    14" x 7"
  • Glass Bottle Series #1
Sparkling Wine Bottle with Recycled Straws and Oil Paint on Caps
25" x 8" 

    Glass Bottle Series #1

    Sparkling Wine Bottle with Recycled Straws and Oil Paint on Caps
    25" x 8"
  • Conceptual Art Assemblage
Black Plastic Containers with Cellophane
23" x 8" 

    Conceptual Art Assemblage

    Black Plastic Containers with Cellophane
    23" x 8"
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Judy Ann Filipich

Judy Ann Filipich’s oil paintings on canvas drive home the power of abstraction organized in shapes of flaming reds, sunny yellows, ocean blues, and grassy greens. In the language of the early and mid- nineteenth century Fauvists and Expressionists artists, Filipich strikes an illuminating balance between the meaning of bright colors and emotional impact. The tactile application of pigment gives the viewer a window into her process of energetic brushstrokes stoked by imagination.

Tragic devastation by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, including personal loss of the artist’s Biloxi, Mississippi studio and coupled with her interest in climate change, has left an indelible mark on her motivation to paint the beauty of nature. A professional career in urban and advocacy planning has informed her paintings as well as her foray into the use of collage and recycled materials. Now working and living in New Orleans, Louisiana, she is inspired by the environment skyward and earthbound. Filipich’s paintings are a testament to a personal journey driving a passion for a new utopian landscape in which the human condition is built on happiness.