The other side of the studio

Visiting artist Judith Geichman has been here for the last two weeks and I offered her a wall in my space for an informal open studio this afternoon, before she leaves Rome tomorrow morning. And after dinner several of us came back upstairs to continue the art party. The 28 scene-shapes she’s created on paper are like a gorgeous alphabet of roman colors and associations, and I was lucky to spend time with her (and her work).


  1. Amazing and beautiful work, Judith! I agree with Paul that these represent a vocabulary rich in the texture and the color of Rome. Can’t wait to see what happens next! –Sydney

  2. Laurie Fendrich

    You were so productive and these works look wonderful. I’m so glad you got to be in Rome for that time–so terrific for you and your work!

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