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“... rivaling in a special way the writings of Robert Henri ... This book is a triumph ... not to be missed! ”

— Dr. Louis Zona, Executive Director,
Chief Curator The Butler Institute of American Art

Role Reversal:My Life In-Out-In Art

An autobiography by Judith Carducci

300 page high quality softcover
with over 300 artwork images and photos

$100 plus $10 shipping

for this splendid coffee table art book memoir!

“The title of the book forecasts the upheaval in the life of a serious woman artist ... It ends on a bright note of fulfillment, but tempered by regret for three decades lost, bracketed by an early budding career as a classically trained professional artist and by a restart and success after a hiatus of more than 30 years. This is the story of how it unfolded.” — Judith B. Carducci





Steel Table Still Lifes: Reflections

100 page collector's edition coffee table sized high-quality softcover with over 100 artwork images

Only 50 available!

$125 plus $10 shipping

“This book should be in every artists library as a beautiful reminder to look more deeply into your subjects and the reason you paint them.” —Kimberly S. Moore PSA

“With her smartly written and beautifully illustrated book, Judith Carducci provides an intimate look into her process for building stilllife painting, and an understanding of her “why to”. Through her imaginative choice and placement of objects as diverse as old work boots, onions, a cast iron horse and miniature sculptures, Judy reveals the inherent worth and potential of objects for narration and visual aesthetic.... a wealth of insight and inspiration.” —George Danhires, Painter/Sculptor