Judith is a fine artist residing in Central New Jersey, USA. She utilizes the medium of oils almost exclusively, but when traveling she only works in water color and pastels. An often sought-after portrait painter, Judith has completed many commissioned portraits both in the United States and overseas.
Judith paints from her sketches, but will also take a number photographs to get the overall feel and atmosphere for what she wishes to create.
The same can be said of her portraits, where Judith insists on multiple sittings so that she gets to know the person and is able to express real emotion.
Judith’s landscape and garden paintings are mostly about taking you on a journey both in time and place, a good escape and a place to rest in a world that is frantic. As peace gets harder to find and we never seem to slow down, Judith feels that it becomes more important than ever to have a quiet place. That quiet place, she feels, can be as simple as looking at a restful painting.
Judith has studied at Kean College, New Jersey, but has almost exclusively studied with teachers and artists that she admires; her mentor being Margie Cochran. She has studied in the United States with Albert Bross, Adolph Conrad and Alex Piccirillo and in England with Catherine Duckworth-King and Gerald Tucker. In association with Rene Robles, with whom she worked closely, she travelled to the Philippines for an art exhibition and jointly presented his book “Assersionisim” in which her work was featured.
Judith has had many exhibitions in the United States and overseas, both singularly and with a number of like-minded artists with whom she paints.
For ease, the pages of the site have been divided into themes to reflect her work.