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By Maane Khatchatourian | August 26, 2009
Judeth Davis first realized she had a talent for sculpting when her husband was suffering from a mental illness. She created a clay portrait of her daughter on a whim about 14 years ago, and the Glendale resident is now a nationally renowned sculptor and the new president of the Pasadena Society of Artists. Although never formally trained in sculpture, creating traditional-contemporary stone, terra cotta, bronze and synthetic sculptures comes naturally to her, Davis said. She creates portraits, or busts of her subjects, and figuratives, which are full-figure sculptures, in her home studio.
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By Maane Khatchatourian | August 26, 2009
Judeth Davis first realized she had a talent for sculpting when her husband was suffering from a mental illness. She created a clay portrait of her daughter on a whim about 14 years ago, and the Glendale resident is now a nationally renowned sculptor and the new president of the Pasadena Society of Artists. Although never formally trained in sculpture, creating traditional-contemporary stone, terra cotta, bronze and synthetic sculptures comes naturally to her, Davis said. She creates portraits, or busts of her subjects, and figuratives, which are full-figure sculptures, in her home studio.
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