ENTER to WIN! "Ravaged Face"
Mixed Media, Monotype with Cold Wax
21 1/2 x 17 1/2"
Donated by: Judy Bruce
Tickets: $10 each, or 3 for $25
Only 180 Raffle Tickets will be sold - drawing held when sold out!
A ticket purchase directly supports the mission of the Sonoran Arts League.
Artist Judy Bruce has generously donated a piece of her artwork, "Ravaged Face", for a raffle to benefit the Sonoran Arts League. This beautiful original artwork is 21 1/2 x 17 1/2. “Ravaged Face” is valued at $1,500.
Raffle Tickets cost $10 each, or three for $25. Tickets are available on-line or at the Sonoran Arts League - Center for the Arts. Quantities are limited to 225 Art Raffle tickets sold.
Judy's "Ravaged Face" series addresses the destruction caused by time, disease, love, or death and at the same time joy, beauty, hope, and peace coming out through pattern, line, texture, and color in the same painting. These are done with mixed media (pastel, watercolor, collage, colored pencil, and inks) with a monotype as a base and cold wax is applied as a finish.
ART RAFFLE Winner – The Winner will be selected randomly with a special LIVE- Streaming drawing when tickets have sold out, exact date and time to be announced. The Winner does not need to be present to win and will be notified by phone or text. “Ravaged Face” will be available for pickup at the Sonoran Arts League - Center for the Arts following the drawing. If shipping the artwork is requested, the Winner agrees to incur shipping costs and insurance fee.
Judy Paxton Bruce
Everyone knew, even when Judy was a young child, that she was an artist because of her constant coloring, fantasizing and weird imagination. From fourth grade on, her teachers sat her at the back of the room to paint for the local contests. She has always been passionate about color and loved working figuratively. Painting continued to be a passion but after walking into a classroom in college, she fell in love with teaching and spent thirty-five years working in elementary and junior high art classes. Judy and her husband, Jim, moved to Cave Creek in 2001 where Judy has painted full-time in her studio on Galloway Wash.