Local artists and craftsman who work in a variety of mediums are showcased in our comfortable and inviting gallery.
Judith Daly's Oil Paintings
Opening Reception Friday, September 10th, from 5 to 7 p.m.
Other Exhibit Dates and Times:
Saturday (9/11), Sunday (9/12), Thursday (9/16)
Silent Art Auction of Judith Daly's Oil Paintings will run for 1 week online.
Friday (9/17) - Friday (9/24) ending at 10PM ET
The exhibit can also be shown by appointment. Contact us at email@example.com.
Follow @Nazareth Center for the Arts on Facebook and/or Instagram for more info throughout the month. Auction will start as low as $50. All profits go to the Nazareth Center for the Arts. If you are in the area, join us on Friday, 9/10 from 5-7PM for the Benefit Art Exhibit Opening for a preview what's up for auction.
Judith Kuhler-Daly has been an avid oil painter for over 6 decades. From an early age, she was always interested in art and in her early 20's, she fell in love with oil painting. At that time, she lived alongside the Long Island Sound and fell in love with painting seascapes. In 1968, she married, started a family and started a career in nursing. In 1980, Judith relocated to southern New Jersey and taught nursing at the Community College of Philadelphia for almost 20 years. Painting took a back seat to family and her career, but she always managed to paint 1 to 2 works every year to keep her skills honed.
In 2000, she retired and relocated to Orange Park, Florida. In retirement, she had time again to rekindle her passion for painting. For 18 years, she was an active member in the Clay County Art Guild. Judith helped facilitate the annual Clay County Art Show. At various art shows, many of her works took first place and countless blue ribbons. In retirement, she also found a way to combine her joy for teaching and her passion for painting and ran many art clinics. She also dabbled in other forms of painting, such as acrylic and watercolor, but would always return to her original love of oils. She also found time in retirement to travel all along the east coast. During her travels she fell love with painting lighthouses. Along with full size works on canvas she also started painting minatures, wearable art, jewelry boxes and furniture. In 2018, after the dealth of her husband, Judy relocated to Bath, PA to be closer to her 2 children and 7 grandchildren. Now in her 80's, she has slowed down a bit, but still enjoys painting as much as she did when she was in her 20's.