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NEW Design Team Member: Judy Wood

We are excited and honored to have
Judy Wood

from Arizona

Join the Altered Pages Design Team
Please help us welcome her!!! 

Judy Wood lives in Mesa, Arizona. She has her BFA (Batchelor in Fine Arts) from ASU (Arizona State University) and has been painting for 30 years in watercolor and acrylic.   She enjoys working in a variety of mediums and exploring the possiblities

Judy has a private gallery in her home and was recently a featured artist at the Superstition Mountain Museum and Dreams Gallery. Currently her work can be seen at The Angel Store in Scottsdale, AZ, and SWIHA  in Tempe, AZ  (Southwest Institute of Healing Arts)

Judy enjoys writing poetry. She recently co-wrote a sonnet with her husband, David, titled “Lazy Lizard” published February 2012 in the book: Arizona 100 years, 100 poems, 100 poets. 

Judy released her first “chap book" in 2010, an autobiographical poetry book in 2013, and a book featuring her micropoetry in 2015. 

Judy also enjoys spending time with her eight grandchildren. Judy has two blogs; an art blog and a local interest blog and writes beauty and fashion articles for women over 40. 

 Judy is one busy girl and we are so pleased she has joined us!


  1. So nice to meet you Judy and I agree you are one busy lady!

  2. Hi Judy,
    It's nice to meet you. I enjoyed checking out your 'spirit trees' on FB & really like the vintage look of that assemblage.


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