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Judith Belzer

American, b. 1956

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Judith Belzer

American, b. 1956

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Judith Belzer’s works, in the artist’s own words, explore manmade landscapes and the junctures where “the built and the natural landscape converge, clash and interlace.” Her paintings and drawings are referential, but abstracted in their unfamiliar views of familiar sights. Frequent subjects include aerial or distant views of topography, cities, roads, and farms, and close-up views of trees and leaves. Belzer characteristically paints with muted hues and earth tones, and an expressionistic representational style. A recurring theme in both her macro- and micro-focused works is the sense of order, both as it is imposed by human settlement and as it occurs in nature.

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Judith Belzer’s works, in the artist’s own words, explore manmade landscapes and the junctures where “the built and the natural landscape converge, clash and interlace.” Her paintings and drawings are referential, but abstracted in their unfamiliar views of familiar sights. Frequent subjects include aerial or distant views of topography, cities, roads, and farms, and close-up views of trees and leaves. Belzer characteristically paints with muted hues and earth tones, and an expressionistic representational style. A recurring theme in both her macro- and micro-focused works is the sense of order, both as it is imposed by human settlement and as it occurs in nature.

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Articles Featuring Judith Belzer
Judith Belzer Paints the Tension Between Natural and Manmade Landscapes
May 4th, 2015
Judith Belzer Paints the Tension Between Natural and Manmade Landscapes
What Happens When Art Imitates Nature
Jul 21st, 2014
What Happens When Art Imitates Nature
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