Jennifer Judd-McGee is an artist living and working in Northeast Harbor. Freehand papercutting, mixed media collage, and drawing are her favorite mediums, and she draws much of her inspiration from her coastal Maine surroundings and the patterns and forms she sees in nature. She attended College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine and spent many years working in womens healthcare before pursuing her art full time. She has shown in numerous galleries across the US, in Canada and Great Britian over the past six years, and was recently commissioned by the New York City Subway’s MTA Arts for Transit Program to create a poster displayed across all subway stations throughout New York City. In addition to showing her work in galleries and online, she is represented for licensing and illustration by Lilla Rogers Studio in Boston, MA. A few of her recent freelance editorial and licensing clients have included Maine Magazine, I Pop Magnets, Modern Twist, Canadian Union of Public Employees, The Art Group , Habitat , Target, Land of Nod, Georgia Pacific, Timberland, Storey Publishing, Hallmark, CLYNK, Greenbox Art, and Wild Apple. Visit jenniferjuddmcgee.com for more information.