Judy Fairley teaches pastel through Walla Walla Community College. Her affiliation with the college and the Valley Art Center has been 40 years in the making. She grew up in Clarkston, WA where she and her twin sister helped on the family's horse and cattle ranch. Her experiences while growing up have provided her with endless hours of painting material.
She has shown all across the country; from Washington D.C. to Chicago to Texas and more. She has been affiliated with "Women Artist of the West" for over 40 years as a signature member.
She is also a member and president of the Snake River Showcase Organization and a participating artist with the "Snake River Showcase-Coop Residing at the Dahmen Artisan Barn in Uniontown, WA."
Advisory board member and member of the board of directors of the celebration of western art and the Fred Oldfield Western Heritage Center located in Puyallup, Washington.
Judy Fairley is a professional Western and Wildlife artist living in the Pacific Northwest. She teaches pastel and scratchboard through Walla Walla Community College and does workshops throughout the country.