Graphic Designer and Illustrator
Judy Mayer-Grieve is an honours graduate of OCAD University, Toronto ON. Majoring in Communication and Design and a graduate from The Art Centre, Toronto, ON. She brings with her 20+ years of experience as a Visual Artist in Advertising as a Graphic Designer and Illustrator for National and International Clients plus 15+ years as an art instructor.
- Past instructor in the Art and New Media Department at Fanshawe College in London ON.
- Freelancing in Graphic Design, Fine Art, Digital Art and Illustration. Plus teaching Digital and Traditional Art.
Her source and inspiration is focused on learning more about neuroscience research and how this connects with creating expression. This research continues to grow and generate new ideas in visual art that has no limitations. It feels fresh, exciting, uninhibited, challenging and connects with all living things.
Through her art, she invites students and viewers to embark on a journey of creative expression through introspection, rediscovery, and a renewed appreciation for the intricate wonder that exists within and around us. At times her representational artwork such as figurative, portrait and landscape paintings cross over into abstraction and vice versa.
There is still much to learn and she is a student and teacher at the same time. Her focus in teaching is about the creative balance between life experiences, nature and humanity. This motives her to continue to work as a visual artist and teacher on a variety of subjects in natural media and digital media.