Pascale Judet was born and raised in France, the fifth child in a family of eight. She moved to the United States in 1969, initially to attend graduate school in philosophy at U.C. Berkeley. In the early seventies, she turned to art and never changed her path after that. She now lives on Vashon Island in Washington State.
Judet creates unique hand painted clocks featuring romantic and inspiring vignettes. These miniature scenes are created with rocks from her home on Vashon Island and HO scale figurines. (HO is worldwide the most popular scale for model railway.)
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