Judy Choate

Through the years Judy Choate studied watercolor and drawing in small local classes and at community colleges. While living in Sedona in 2008, she began painting with acrylics and canvases. Her style developed while learning to paint the shapes of the red rocks along with their changing light and colors. She captures the restless movement of earth’s skies along with the serenity and the power of timeless land formations by weaving shapes with dazzling colors, exquisitely blended with energetic brush strokes. Her art continues to develop and evolve. Judy enjoys the mystery of each painting journey and the end result as she paints her interpretation and movement of the skies, mountains, and deserts of the southwest; allowing colors and shapes to work together harmoniously.

Below are examples of Judy Choate’s work. For information, click on a piece. Or call 480-945-2323 – email info@wildemeyer.com

Rose Sunset

Canyon Passage

North Ridge

Increasing Winds

Prevailing Winds


Skies of Gold

Rainbow Cloud Column

Sunset Jewels

Earth Music

Storm Front Building

Windy Sunset

Fiery Sunset

Cloud Rendezvous

Sun Rays

Red Canyon Pass

Into The Blue

Silk Ribbons

Riding The Wind