Judy Spicer grew up in the hills of Eastern Kentucky near the three forks of the Kentucky River. She and her husband have retired to Cynthiana where they enjoy photography and woodworking.
Photography is Judy’s passion. Although she is self-taught, she has had formal training in art and composition at Eastern Kentucky University. Judy is a juried member of the Kentucky Guild of Artists & Craftsmen.
In her everyday life and travels, Judy sees her surroundings as ‘paintings’ – each a study in color, light, shadow, and emotion. She is driven to capture these photographic ‘paintings’ to which she then applies artistic touches digitally to produce unique works filled with the emotion of the time and place visited.
All her images are printed on professional acid free papers using archival inks. The finest materials available are used to produce works of art and insure longevity for many generations.
Judy Spicer grew up in the hills of eastern Kentucky
Judy’s work can be found at the Kentucky Artisan Center in Berea.