Please welcome visual artist and poet Judith Skillman, who is based in Seattle. Synkroniciti is glad to feature three of her luminous oil paintings in our new “Flow” issue, alongside an article that gives insight into her creative process. The article is entitled “Distilled Moments: The Artwork of Judith Skillman” and the artworks are two seascapes: “Summer Sea After Joan Eardley,” and “Spray Red;” and a view of distant mountains, “After Cézanne’s Chaîne de l’Étoile.” All three capture our emotions by distilling landscape into lines, contours and textures illuminated by the play of light and color. The exquisite and delicate simplicity of Judith’s compositions creates a meditative mood that helps us slow down and process natural beauty.
See Judith’s magical paintings and read about her story in our current “Flow” issue, Vol 4, No. 2. Purchase the issue or subscribe here: https://synkroniciti.com/the-magazine/.
Judith Skillman paints expressionist works in oil on canvas. She is interested in feelings engendered by the natural world, and apart from birds, prefers to keep animals, especially humans, out of the work. Her art has appeared in Windmill, Artemis, The Penn Review, Otoliths, and other journals. Skillman studied at McDaniel College and the Pratt Fine Arts Center. She is a member of the Seattle Artist’s League. Shows include The Pratt and Galvanize.
Please take a look at her website and browse her shops on Etsy and Saatchi Art.
2 thoughts on “Featured Artist: Judith Skillman”
Jesus. Her art is already timeless. Then there’s her poetry.
There is so much texture and light in both. What gifts!