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artist , educator

Judy Ann Youngblood, American Artist, educator. Fulbright-Hays grantee, Paris, 1979; MacDowell Colony fellow, 1982, 89. Member Southern Graphics Council (board directors since 1996), College Art Association.

Background

Youngblood, Judy Ann was born on December 12, 1948 in El Paso, Texas, United States. Daughter of Curtis Nolan and Ruth Marie (Marck) Youngblood.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University of Wisconsin, 1971;Master of Fine Arts, University of Wisconsin, 1974.

Career

Emeritus professor art University North Texas, Denton, 1977—1998. Visiting lecturer art University Wisconsin, Madison, 1982. Conducted workshops Blackhills Print Symposium, University Tulsa, Arizona State University, Auston College, University Texas, University British Columbia, Oklahoma State University.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Collections included in Modern Museum Art, Fort Worth, Brooklyn Museum, Huntington Art Gallery, Weismann Art Museum, Elvehjem Museum Art, Madison, Wisconsin, Belo Corporation, Dallas, Portland Museum Art. One-woman shows include Art Museum Southeast Texas, William Campbell Contemporary Art, Fort Worth, Edith Baker Gallery, Dallas, Cidnee Patrick Gallery, Dallas.

Membership

Member Southern Graphics Council (board directors since 1996), College Art Association.

Connections

father:
Curtis Nolan Youngblood

mother:
Ruth Marie (Marck) Youngblood