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Judy Moffson has always been an artisit. She was a video producer for twelve years, winning several Telly Awards for her work, she was a jewelry designer, she had a clothing line of custom and ready to wear clothes, which were sold at boutiques in La Jolla and Del Mar, and she worked as an interior designer for restaurants, private homes, and was the designer of the lobby of the Fritz Theatre in downtown San Diego.
Judy painted as a child but stopped painting for forty years.
At the urging of her husband, Allen Moffson. Judy picked up a paintbrush
in 1997. An incredible profusion of work poured out. The artist calls her
oil paintings "abstract impressionism" ...