First off, please realize that we all give freely of our time to answer questions on this site. None of us who routinely answer questions are paid to do so. We all like to enjoy using the site and helping people.
Secondly, we would appreciate if if you would not use the rating system to respond or answer questions here, unless a post is totally incorrect or without valid reasoning as to why the post was written. As far as I am concerned the questions asked by NOhelp4u were perfectly valid ones to ask, and I also agree with the kind answer that NOhelp4u gave in post #4 above.
If you want people to go looking for the answers, then it's always helpful if we have as much information as possible to narrow down the searches.
For instance, we don't know if what you saw is a print, photograph, drawing, painting, sculpture or some other medium that one might use in any number of ways to convey things artistically.
Even doing a vanity web search in Google produces 196 results as of the time of my search for "Judith A. Barnett" Artist. "Judith A. Barnett" Artist - Google Search
The following other kind of vanity web search on Google produces zero results. "Judith A. Barnett" Artist "Red Tailed Hawk" - Google Search
A vanity search narrows down the possibilities so that searches will include the terms in the quotes in the order that they are listed.
I hope that you now see that it is important that we know what
it is and where
it was that you saw it.