American (1918 – 1996) Jack Dudley lived and painted in Laguna Beach, California, for thirty-eight years. His paintings included landscapes, architecture, people, and wildlife, in both oil and watercolor—using the broken color technique. Dudley studied under Modernist Lorser Feitelson, and Barse Miller of the American Scene Movement. He was a Lifetime Member of the Laguna Beach Festival of the Arts. After Dudley’s death, the Jack Dudley Memorial Fund was established in conjunction with the Grand Canyon Association to support the continued artistic representation of the Grand Canyon.