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Made For Rome: Illustrations and Greeting Cards by Judith Frasure

Posted February 24, 2017 by Georgia's Rome in Arts
Rome Visitor’s Center Monthly Artist Spotlight – Judith Johnson Frasure

Judith Frasure, a native Roman and artist, has a bachelor’s degree from Berry College in Psychology and a master’s degree in Early Childhood Education and Middle School History from the University of Phoenix.

Frasure’s most popular drawing is that of the historic Rome Clock Tower.

She also has a line of greeting cards available at The Last Stop Gift Shop that feature common Georgia flora.

Frasure was the illustrator for Mike Ragland’s Book, Living with Lucy. The book is also available for purchase in the gift shop.

Purchase your own unique piece of Rome today.

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About the Author

Kristi Kent is the Director of Communications for the Georgia's Rome Office of Tourism. She loves Rome because it is a small town that has it all - culture, heritage, beauty and Southern Hospitality! Kristi enjoys spending her free time in Rome's outdoors and she also loves to paint! Her dog Annie, is the unofficial "Paws Permitted" mascot because Rome welcomes all visitors - including the furry ones! Stop by the office and say "Hi" to both Kristi and Annie!

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