Still Life

Still Life

Figure Paintings

Figure Study

Landscape Paintings

Landscapes

Other Collections

Other Collections

Artist Statement

Artist Statement

Judith can be contacted by e-mail at judith@judithmcrae.com

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The September Show in Procter

This show took plac at The Village Bakery in Procter, British Columbia from September 1st until the first week of October.Those not sold have returned to the Studio and will be available to purchase online or in person when I've had a chance to return them to their places in the storage area.

Contact Judith at judith@judithmcrae.com to inquire. (Sizes are in inches. Values are in Canadian dollars.)

 

That Awkward Moment

“That Awkward Moment” Winter, 2013
(Girl, crouching down)
Judith McRae, BFA
Chalk Pastel on Paper
14x11 inches                $40.00

[no photo available]

“Roses in January” - Winter 2013
(snow-covered garden)
Judith McRae, BFA
Graphite and Pencil Crayon on Paper
14x11 inches              

Still Life with Bicycle Tire

“Still Life with Bicycle Tire” - Summer, 1999
Judith McRae, BFA
Acrylic Paint on Canvas
11x14 inches                     

[no photo available]

“The Park in Winter”  - Winter, 2013
Judith McRae, BFA
Graphite on Paper
14x11 inches               

Still Life with Wild Grasses

“Still Life with Wild Grasses” - Summer, 2002
Judith McRae, BFA
Acrylic Paint on Canvas
12x16 inches                     

[no photo available]

“The Box Garden” - Summer, 2012
Judith McRae, BFA
Chalk Pastel on Paper
10x8 inches                   

Lake Louise in Winter - 2015

“Lake Louise in Winter” - Winter, 2015
(After a photo by Terry Boyle)
Judith McRae, BFA
Acrylic Paint on Canvas
12x9 inches                     

Gree Vase

"The Green Vase” - Winter 2015
Judith McRae. BFA
Acrylic Paint on Particle Board
11x9 inches                       

[no photo available]

“The Hat” - Summer, 2012
Judith McRae, BFA
Graphite and Pencil Crayon on Paper
5x7 inches                    

[no photo available]

“A Light Bulb, For Example, Doesn’t Make a Very Good Baseball.” - Winter, 2014
Judith McRae, BFA
Graphite on Paper
5x7 inches                      

[no photo available]

“Johnny Jumps into a Tree” Summer, 2015
Judith McRae, BFA
Oil Pastel on Paper
11x14 inches               

A Summer Afternoon in September

“A Sunday Afternoon in September” - Autumn 2011
Judith McRae, BFA
Acrylic Paint and Pencil Crayon on Canvas
10x8 inches                

[no photo available]

“Refugee” (1)
Judith McRae, BFA
Graphite on Paper
9x12 inches                     

[no photo available]

“Refugee” (2)
Judith McRae, BFA
Graphite on Paper
9x12 inches                     

[no photo available]

“New Born Apples” - Summer, 2013
Judith McRae, BFA
Chalk Pastel on Paper
14x11 inches                     

The Legend of Two Wolves

“The Legend of Two Wolves” - Summer, 2012
Judith McRae, BFA
Acrylic Paint on Canvas
20x16 inches                  

Dead Bears Walking

“Dead Bears Walking” - Autumn, 2005
(after a Calgary Herald photo)
Judith McRae, BFA
Acrylic Paint on Canvas
20x16 inches                   

Study, Explore, Play

“Study, Explore, Play” - Summer, 2012
Judith McRae, BFA
Acrylic Paint on Canvas
20x16 inches                   

“The Balfour” - Summer, 2007
Judith McRae, BFA
Acrylic Paint on Canvas
20x16 inches                  SOLD

Smoked Sunset

“Smoked Sunset” - Summer, 2006
Judith McRae, BFA
Acrylic Paint on Canvas
20x16 inches                   


Judith Reid McRae was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta. From an early age, she was inspired by her father, Gordon Reid, to make art of various kinds.

She attended the Alberta College of Art and Design, receiving her Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2004.

Through her father, she developed a strong love for the Procter and Nelson area, and continues to make painting trips to this region to create new artworks each summer.

The current show consists of paintings and drawings created while in the area, or inspired by the landscape and its people.