Judith Repke
20 Feb 09 by Judith Repke
Judith Repke artworks

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Let It Rise

Expression of my breast cancer experience. The measurements will be in inches rather than cenitmeters.

Women of Spirit
Women of Spirit
Women of Spirit

At one level it is an expression of the enjoyment of diversity I experienced at Harris-Stowe State University. At another level it is an expression of my thoughts about 2 women who came to my office to talk. They run their lives according to the guidance of their God. They do this without regard to consequences or pain trusting God to do the work through them. Trusting also His love, blessing and plan for them.

Cloud Mass
Cloud Mass
Cloud Mass

Watercolor done in studio from a photo I took.

Creek at Weigands
Creek at Weigands
Creek at Weigands

A plein air painting done with palette knife on canvas board. This was done at an event to help save the artists home and studio that was threatened by a Corp of Engineers levee.

Owl 2
Owl 2
Owl 2

Studio watercolor done from a photograph my daughter took of an owl in her tree. The picture is actually larger than the real owl.

Creve Coeur Lake
Creve Coeur Lake
Creve Coeur Lake

Plein air painting done with palette knife on a trip with friends from a painting group. The group has broken up by Rob joined another group that I am in.

Missouri River Dredging
Missouri River Dredging
Missouri River Dredging

Done at St. Charles Plein Air Competition and revised in studio. Oil on canvas board painted with palette knife.

Missouri River Dredging
Missouri River Dredging
Missouri River Dredging

Done at St. Charles Plein Air Competition and revised in studio. Oil on canvas board painted with palette knife.

Frontier Park
Frontier Park
Frontier Park

Done in St. Charles Plein Air competition and revised in studio. Oil paint on canvas board painted with palette knife.

Wheels
Wheels
Wheels

watercolor from my photo taken at Wildwood

Flight to Egypt
Flight to Egypt
Flight to Egypt

The flight into Egypt is a biblical event described in the Gospel of Matthew (2:13), in which Joseph fled to Egypt with his wife Mary and infant son Jesus after a visit by Magi because they learn that King Herod intends to kill the infants of that area. The episode is frequently shown in art, as the final episode of the Nativity of Jesus in art, and was a common component in cycles of the Life of the Virgin as well as the Life of Christ. An oil painting I finished for Christmas at Artists of Grace

Our Lady of Guadalupe
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Our Lady of Guadalupe

Transparent watercolor done En Plein Air in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. 12 x 15 on 140 lb Arches. Early Morning.