Southwestern Oil Paintings
P.O. Box 12
Cave Creek, AZ, 85327, USA
Fine Art Oil Paintings Member of Western Artists of America (WAA)
As a nationally recogonized Native American, Judith Durr has been participating in shows since 1990. Judith is honored to be associated with museums and shows which reflects the quality and fine workmanship of the top Native American artist in the nation.
Judith Durr is selected to demonstrate her painting technique during shows and invitationals. Her oil paintings reflect her Choctaw/Cheeroke heritage, preserving the legacy of the First People’s artifacts in her paintings. Capturing the emotions of the viewer with her attention to detail create an illusion you can feel the fabric of the rugs or the breadwork.
Judith Durr’s masterpieces are collected by prominent museums and are featured in corporate and private art collections around the world. Durr’s work is feated at the national women’s fine art show, Cowgirl Up show at the Desert Caballeros Museum in Wickenburg, Arizona, each March. As a signature Member of the Pearce Museum in Corsicana, Texas, Judith participates in their annual show, A New Look at the West. Judith also participates in Native American Shows: the Litchfield Park Native American Fine Art Festivial, Litch Park, AZ, the Heard Museum Indian Market, Phoenix, AZ, and Prescott Indian Market at Sharlot Hall Museum, Prescott, AZ and the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA), Santa Fe, NM. Her art hangs in the Museum of History and Anthropology in Mexico, City Mexico.
Judith Durr has been featured in Western Art & Architecture, Western Art Collector, and Southwest Art, Art of the West and Arizona Art Collector. Durr lectures for museums, universities, fine art councils, annual Native American art shows and many private organizations though out of the country. Judith Durr has been represented by many galleries throughout the Southwest. She is a member of American Society of Traditional Artist, Portrait Artist of America, Southwest Premier Artist and Sonoran Art League. Currently her work is also diplayed at Mountain Studio in Cave Creek, AZ. Contact Judith at 480-620-3849 oe email firstname.lastname@example.org.