Judy Salah Plank first started her art career as a tee shirt designer for CYRK, Inc. a Gloucester, MA screen print company. After years of creating sporting designs for Adidas and Reebok, she and her young family decided to head to Florida for an adventure and lifestyle change. Combining her love of color, art and the beauty of the tropical gulf coast, Daylilies was born. Judy showcased her murals, faux painting and hand painted furniture, as well as home decorating items and tropical furniture at the Dearborn Street Gallery. She specialized in transforming homes with her murals, faux painting, and items from her gallery to compliment the furnishings of newcomers to the area. Judy especially loved to coordinate her murals and hand painted furniture pieces to the existing colors and patterns of the homes decor. After fourteen years of fun, she returned to her home in Gloucester, to help care for her mother who was suffering with ALS. Judy's focus has been spent taking care of her family and getting her two children ready for college. Her youngest daughter Zoe will be entering college in the fall along with her brother Max, so Judy now has time to combine her two passions in life, travel and art. She is looking forward to reconnecting with her old friends and clients in Florida while resuming her mural career there, in Massachusetts and throughout the country.