JUDITH BERTOZZICanyon de Chelly, The White House
19" x 15" x 1.5"
Donated by Artist
As a painter of primarily lush vegetated and water featured landscapes, Bertozzi was very excited to encounter the desert landscape and was delighted to experience the full fury of the impact of seeing the heroic architecture of the cliff dwellings of the indigenous peoples. Far from being white ... the structures radiated brilliantly with highly saturated light of the hues of stone from which they were generated. The tiny brush strokes of the shadowed openings in the cliffs were all that were needed to convey the scale and solemnity of these monolithic ancient condo structures.
Judith Bertozzi completed the Certificate of Art Program at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 1966 and a BFA from Tufts University in 1968. In 1992, Bertozzi received a Master's Degree in Art Education and has since held Adjunct Art Faculty positions at UMass Dartmouth and WPI, where she was awarded the Kinnikutt Award Grant for Women in the Arts. Bertozzi is now retired after teaching art for twenty two years in the Dighton/Rehoboth Regional School District. Her work is collected privately as well as by businesses.
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