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Judy Matechuk is a Textile and Sand-brush Artist

She has created a unique art form by combining textiles and glass.  She utilizes the texture and colour of fabric in her landscapes and sandbrushes ghostly images on the framing glass.  Her longtime love of the north and its history is evident in her fusion of hue and image.


Awards and Exhibitions

Judy was awarded a commission to produce 200 VIP Gifts for the Canada Winter Games 2007

She participated in Cranberry Fair, a juried fine arts/crafts fair in November 2005 & 2006

In September 2006, she was in the Yukon Buyers Show.

At the Riverfront Arts Festival in Dawson City, August 2005 & 2006, Judy demonstrated her process.

In July 2006 she demonstrated her craft at Arts in the Park.

Judy’s solo juried show “Ghosts and Old Timers”was held June 9-July 5, 2006 at Arts Underground,Whitehorse Yukon.

In May 2004, her fabricscape with sand carved glass View from God’s Shoulder’ was awarded Best of Show in the Captain Martin House Points of View Exhibition of new works. She also shared 2nd in the People’s choice award.

She was part of a group exhibit at the Yukon Art Centre Grotto in August 2004.

In November 2004, she exhibited with 3 other fabric artists
in Fabrications x Four a show at the Yukon Art Society’s Captain Martin House.

In November 2004, she participated in a show at the Yukon Transportation Museum featuring her transportation related pieces.
She participated in the show Yukon Smoke at the Yukon Arts Society in April 2005 with Fire in the Gulch a fabricscape with sandbrushed glass.

In May 2005, her piece My Life So Far was juried into Points of View 2005.

Her piece Coming Home was juried into the Contemporary Yukon Artists Perspective at Arts Underground Jun-Aug 2005.

She participated in a group show in Little Harbour, Nova Scotia July 2005.

She was invited to sandbrush the front glass for The Shooting of Dan McGrew, a commission by Shane Wilson (case by Jim Routzahn) for Larry Bagnell MP. This piece is on display at the MacBride Museum, Whitehorse.

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