Judith Welk

Artwork

50th & Underwood, Baum Drugstore

Judith Welk

50th & Underwood, Baum Drugstore

giclee - estate stamped

13 x 18 in

$250.00

Inside Orpheum Night Scene

Judith Welk

Inside Orpheum Night Scene

serigraph

15.50 x 18 in

$250.00

St. Margaret Mary, Spring

Judith Welk

St. Margaret Mary, Spring

serigraph

13.50 x 18 in

$250.00

4th of July, Memorial Park

Judith Welk

4th of July, Memorial Park

giclee - estate stamped

13 x 18 in

$250.00

Mall Winter Scene

Judith Welk

Mall Winter Scene

serigraph

13 x 18 in

$250.00

St. Cecilia's October Morning

Judith Welk

St. Cecilia's October Morning

serigraph

13 x 18 in

$250.00

April Afternoon, Central Park Mall

Judith Welk

April Afternoon, Central Park Mall

serigraph

15.50 x 21.50 in

$250.00

Joslyn Castle

Judith Welk

Joslyn Castle

serigraph

12.50 x 18.50 in

$250.00

Sunday Morning at First Central

Judith Welk

Sunday Morning at First Central

serigraph

13.50 x 18 in

$250.00

Duchesne Academy Fall Scene

Judith Welk

Duchesne Academy Fall Scene

serigraph

22 x 27 in

$250.00

Rose Theatre Matinee

Judith Welk

Rose Theatre Matinee

serigraph

12 x 16.50 in

$250.00

Warm October Day at University of Nebraska Omaha

Judith Welk

Warm October Day at University of Nebraska Omaha

giclee - estate stamped

13 x 18 in

$250.00

Christmas at Union Station

Judith Welk

Christmas at Union Station

serigraph

13 x 18 in

$250.00

Nebraska Cloud Scene

Judith Welk

Nebraska Cloud Scene

Acrylic on Board

35 x 82 in

$3,500.00

Underwood at Happy Hollow, Dundee Presbyterian Church

Judith Welk

Underwood at Happy Hollow, Dundee Presbyterian Church

serigraph

13 x 18 in

$250.00

Dundee Street Scene

Judith Welk

Dundee Street Scene

serigraph

16 x 22 in

$250.00

Spring Day at Central High

Judith Welk

Spring Day at Central High

giclee - estate stamped

12 x 18 in

$250.00

Winter Morning at Dundee School

Judith Welk

Winter Morning at Dundee School

serigraph - estate stamped

38 x 30 in

$400.00

Dundee Presbyterian Church Balcony View

Judith Welk

Dundee Presbyterian Church Balcony View

serigraph

13 x 18 in

$250.00

Passageway - Old Market

Judith Welk

Passageway - Old Market

serigraph

12 x 19 in

$250.00

Winter Walk, Orpheum Theatre

Judith Welk

Winter Walk, Orpheum Theatre

serigraph

15.50 x 18 in

$250.00

Elmwood Park, Omaha

Judith Welk

Elmwood Park, Omaha

serigraph

11.50 x 18 in

$250.00

Spring Walk, Dodge Street Overpass

Judith Welk

Spring Walk, Dodge Street Overpass

giclee - estate stamped

11.50 x 16 in

$250.00

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Judith Welk
Statement I celebrate 40 years as a painter and the deep love and joy the process has brought to my life. I am committed to my work as a way to mark time with the people, places and things I love. I cannot analyze it or draw conclusions about it. It is the process that satisfies me - the transformation of the physical into a finished work of art. I believe in the power of “ideas” and the part they play in the development of my art. The idea of Christmas is much more exciting than the actual Christmas day. Ideas are limitless, whether they are artistic or scientific. My mother often told me to look for the beauty around me. When I moved to Omaha I was lonely and depressed as I was separated from my Ohio roots. I soon found inspiration in the beauty of my Omaha surroundings, my Dundee home, my neighborhood, the Midwest hills, as well as, my family. Painting takes me to a place where there is no pain or death. It is about possibilities and they are endless. I go away for hours and return feeling physically exhausted, yet fully accomplished. I study my surroundings, fill my brush with color and develop a design. At other times the design is the result of a mental exercise based on memories of earlier times. My children know that real joy comes from putting all of one’s energies into something that matters to one personally. There were times when it became necessary to make choices about how I might spend the day. My family always understood that my art was part of who I was. There was a blend between it and them; one enhances the other. I am proud to be an artist and to be part of the rich, cultural heritage that has endured for centuries. I am continually encouraged by my family and community. I remain grateful.
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