Judy Crowe

Spring Wildflowers, oil, 12″ x 12

Judy Crowe
( b. 1953)


In the heart of the Texas Hill Country, you might see an artist outside painting the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape.That artist might be Judy A. Crowe. Still life and landscape are her forte, having garnered numerous awards and national recognition for her work. Painting mostly from life, Judy’s inspiration is the beauty of nature. Her work is collected internationally and has been featured in several international publications. Judy lives in North Central Texas, also known as the “top of the hill country”’ with her husband and studio puppy Oreo.

Artist's Statement:

Painting has become my best companion over the years. Getting in the studio or outdoors to capture the beauty of my native home, Texas, or the beauty of a simple floral takes me away to another place. It’s not that painting is easy…it is not, as anyone that has tried knows..but the challenge and reward is never-ending, and this is what keeps me coming back to the easel. I love flowers and grow my own to create artwork that hopefully reflects the peace that I feel during the creative process. I hope to add something of value to our ever changing world and hope that my work brings joy to others as well.


Master-Signature Member American Women Artists; Signature Member of the American Impressionists Society, Oil Painters of America, and the Outdoor Painters Society; Member of the American Plains Artists.

Winning the Purchase Award has such enormous significance for me, it’s every artist’s dream to be in a museum and my work, Lee’s Ferry Landing, will be at the Tucson Desert Art Museum for as long as I live. I’m so thankful to the American Women Artists for that opportunity.”

— Lili Ann Laurin
AWA Artists, AZ