Nancy Judd

nancy_judd_candidNancy Judd, born and raised in Portland, OR is an internationally recognized artist and environmental advocate. She creates sculptures that appear to be glamorous garments from afar, but are made of trash. She uses her work to initiate conversations about resource use and climate change as well as the environmental and social impacts of fashion. Her elegant sculptures are touring museums around the United States, and one of her most important pieces, the Obamanos Coat, is in the Smithsonian Museum’s permanent collection. Nancy’s inspiring work has been featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal, in Delta Air Line’s in-flight magazine and in media outlets around the world. Companies and organizations such as Delta Air Lines, Toyota, Coca-Cola, and Target have sponsored her sculptures and exhibitions.
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