About the Artist
Judith Judy earned a degree in Fine Art from Towson University in Baltimore, Maryland. After spending several years in a business career, she continued her studies in oil painting at the Art League School in Alexandria, Virginia, The Vander Zee School, and various workshops and independent studies. She trained with painter and lithographer Marcel Salinas. Mr. Salinas was personally chosen by Picasso to produce images of his work.
In the spring of 2009, Judith was invited to exhibit her work in Vilnius, Lithuania as part of Europe’s Capital of Culture Celebration. She also participated in an exhibit at the Lithuanian National Museum of Art and two of her paintings have become part of the museums permanent collection. Judith was chosen to exhibit in the fall of 2013 at the Berlin art fair “Berliner Liste”
Judith has participated in a number of juried shows and has exhibited at Gallery A and Alex Gallery, Washington D.C.; Galerie Vieceli, Paris, France; Galerie Vieceli, St. Tropez, France; Assinarte Gallery, Assisi, Italy; Arka Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania; The Vander Zee Gallery, Alexandria, Virginia; Gallery Piquel, New Hope, PA.; Gallery Seventeen, Greenville, S.C.; Gallery 222 Leesburg, Virginia; and The St. Louis Artist Guild, St. Louis, Missouri. Judith was one of the featured artists in Washington Spaces magazine’s summer 2007 article “Celebrating Art: A look at the Regions Artistic Diversity”. A review of Judith’s solo show “Beyond the Real” at Alex Gallery, Washington D.C. was published in the Washington Post Arts section, June 21, 2013. Her work is also the subject of critical review by Florie Gilbard and Eleanor Kennelly, and is finding its way into private collections in the United States and abroad.
Judith maintains studios in both Northern Virginia and Fenwick Island, Delaware. She is currently represented by the Alex Gallery in Washington D.C., Gallery Piquel in New Hope, PA., and Gallery Seventeen in Greenville, S.C.