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<b>A September Morning</b>

A September Morning
Print on Paper
20 x 15.5 in.
<b> The Crossing</b>

The Crossing
Print on Paper
23 x 18 in.
<b>Chilcotin Cowboy</b>

Chilcotin Cowboy
Oil on Canvas
36 x 24 in.
A Day Off in the Sun

A Day Off in the Sun
Oil on Canvas
30 x 40 in.
The Boss

SOLD The Boss
Oil on Wood
18 x 22
October Bull

October Bull
Oil on Canvas
36 x 18 in.
On Deck

On Deck
Pencil on Paper
18 x 24 in.
The Friesians

The Friesians
Oil on Canvas
30 x 40 in.
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Judy Vanderveen

Phone Number: 604-513-8517,604-328-6743

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 Raised in the Fraser Valley in and around the farming communities, it is only natural that Judy's subject matter would reflect her deep rooted interests. She started riding horses as a teenager and has remained a horsewoman all her life. Judy began showing horses a few years after she began riding, participating in many gymkhanas, rodeos and large horse shows. One her acomplishments include being chosen the first recipient of the Miss Horsemanship trophy in the Cloverdale Rodeo Queen Pagent. An avid trail rider, Judy competed in the grueling 50 mile endurance ride/race once hosted in Abbotsford.

Judy comes from a long line of very talented and creative people. In her Norwegian lineage are writers, visual artists, blacksmiths, animal lovers, farmers and sailors (and most likely a Viking or two). Her art training has been squeezed in between various occupations ranging from bookkeeper to millworker to farm worker.

After raising her family of two children (one princess and one Viking boy ) she is returning to her true calling, painting and drawing the things she loves-rodeo life, cowboys, wildlife and mountains. Her life experiences come through her pencil drawings and bring the viewer into her world, giving them a sense of peace and comfort. One can almost smell the horses sweat or feel the cool air the rider is breathing in.

 Newlands Golf Club on Sunday June 17,2012. 10AM to 2:00 PM.- - - - - - - - - - July 1, 2012 paint in with the Fort Langley Artists Group, at the Flagstop Gallery (the old train station in Fort Langley)- -- -- -- -- -- - Flagstop Gallery, Fort Langley, (the old Train Station) May 12,2012 to Labour Day weekend. 3 different shows- -- -- -- -- -- Langley Arts Alive - Saturday August 18, 2012 - the main street of Langley City
 People's Choice at the Fort Langley Centennial Museum show, Hooves, Ploughs and planted Fields.
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