Meet 3-time Cancer Survivor/Artist Judy Salinsky who has never stopped training for her Triathlons.
Chia's Silver Lining Interview w/ Cancer Survivor Artist Judy Salinsky. About Judy Graduating from UC Irvine with a Bachelor's in Dance, my eclectic pursuit of art led me beyond dance, into pursuing new avenues of my artistic passion. As a dancer, I learned the importance of keeping a balance between discipline and true artistic freedom. As an artist, I continue to learn.After the three-dimensional world of dance, my explorations into two dimensions started with strengthening my artistic foundations: drawing, light, and the human form. The next big step was the study of color. Adding color to an art piece accentuates one's drawing, I wanted my work to be correct. This led me to study color theory with the Spanish master of impressionist painting; Sebastian Capella.After many years exploring the 2-D art form, my father, an award-winning wood craftsman, inspired me to revisit my roots, I began to sculpt. Beginning a re-exploration into my three-dimensional desires, my bronze sculpting efforts earned multiple awards and commissions.I continue to work eclectically as an artist. Oil painting, sculpting, and my kitty, Angel, all vie for equal time in my art studio.Judy is a native of Southern California. Check out some of Judy's amazing artwork at www.judysalinsky.com
Morgan; the founder of the Corner Frame Shop in 1978; Leucadia, CA 30 miles north of San Diego. He also founded Leucadia 101 Main Street, Leucadia Art Walk and the Streetscape project. He was my support to continue with my art at the young age of 22. He was passionate, hardworking, creative and a very funny guy. Thanks Morgan!