Judith Landry

About Me

Judith Landry’s passion for painting began in kindergarten. She vividly remembers standing at the easel, brush in hand, smock dragging on the floor, pushing vibrant colors across the canvas. Ms. Landry’s love for painting never disappeared. After a career as an attorney in Northern Virginia, she continued the journey of her lifetime in art.

Judith has studied art in Northern Virginia and West Virginia for the past 13 years. She has taken many classes and workshops from local and nationally-recognized art teachers and has exhibited and won awards in juried exhibitions in Northern Virginia and Beckley, West Virginia.

Ms. Landry’s style can be characterized as impressionistic realism. Influenced by John Singer Sargent, she strives to produce the sense of immediacy and emotional depth reflected in his great works. Judith’s travels have been a source of endless inspiration. Whether depicting a scene from the edge of a West Virginia gorge or an Umbrian hill town, Judith’s plein air landscapes capture the feeling and tone of the scene. Her loose, flowing style draws the viewer into the moment. Her still life paintings, often rendered alla prima, contain a vibrancy that makes them come alive. Judith’s works also include figures, street scenes and interiors.

Ms. Landry is a member of the Arlington Artists’ Alliance in Arlington, VA and a Board Member of the McLean Art Society in McLean, VA. Her studio is located at 2100 Crystal Drive, The Studios Underground, in Arlington, VA

Lawrence Danforth is an experienced software developer. A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and the Naval Postgraduate School with honors, he has also taught graduate level computer science and mathematics on a full-time basis. At the Naval Personnel Command he was responsible for the application development of the Military Pay, Navy, Appropriation Accounting System and the classified Navy Military Manpower Planning System.

At the Department of the Interior, Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service, he was responsible for the development of the Land & Water Conservation Fund Accounting System used for all land acquisition by the Federal Government for Civil purposes. At HCRS he was the Director of Administration with a $1.1 billion annual budget.

At the Department of the Treasury he oversaw the computer planning and acquisition policies of all Bureaus of the Department. As the Director of Data Systems at the US Customs Service, he was responsible for the commercial processing computer center, the Automated Commercial System and the Treasury Enforcement Communications System.

Larry is a founding officer of JL Systems. He is the system architect of NOAH and as President, he oversees the planning, marketing and administration of JL Systems.

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