Japanese television crew interviews La Jolla artist
by Claire Harlin
Published - 11/17/10 - 03:52 PM | 3939 views | 0 0 comments | 19 19 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A team from the Japanese television network NTV came to La Jolla to film a travel program called “Sekai Mizu Kiko,” in which they interviewed local artist Judy Judy Judy. Courtesy photo
A team from the Japanese television network NTV came to La Jolla to film a travel program called “Sekai Mizu Kiko,” in which they interviewed local artist Judy Judy Judy. Courtesy photo
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On Nov. 9 the Japanese television network NTV came to La Jolla to film a travel program called “Sekai Mizu Kiko,” which features water and nature in different parts of the world.

In this feature, NTV wanted to film La Jolla and a local artist who lives there. Ryuji Motoyama contacted the La Jolla Art Association and its President Kris de Young referred the NTV representative to La Jolla Artist Judy Judy Judy. The interview took place at Judy’s art studio in La Jolla, and her hand-painted silk piece “I want to be Under the Sea,” which she painted for this year’s La Jolla Christmas parade, was pictured. Her piece will be featured on the La Jolla Village News float. The 2010 parade theme is “Christmas by the Sea.”

The NTV crew also went to Windansea beach, where they filmed with Judy with her wearable silk art. The program will air in Japan in January 2011.



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