Judy M. King is an artist with a camera. Her novelty-loving rebellious streak seeks out odd subjects, enjoys unusual photographic techniques, and makes unconventional cropping decisions. Although she can capture the pretty, she prefers to show the slightly disturbing and off-kilter. Her multipanel images tell stories and make comparisons. Not for traditionalists, her intentionally challenging artistic, creative work demands that you, the active viewer, make an effort. Judy is inspired by: the darkness of Arbus and Giger, color of Rothko, cropping of Toulouse-Lautrec, shapes of Hadid and Gehry, precision of Vasarely and van Herpen, words of Carlin. Please see JudyMKing.com.