Originally from Montreal, Judith excels in the use of colour, design, texture and form, especially as it pertains to both portraiture and landscape painting. Working in oils, acrylics and watercolour, on both canvas and paper, she has developed an existing technique, through the use of brushes and palette knives, which lends vibrancy to her colourful work.
Judith has studied with some of Canada's finest artists both in Quebec and Ontario. In Montreal, she studied landscape painting with Irene Schaeffer, and as a small child, remembers learning under the tutelage of Arthur Lismer, at the museum of Fine Arts.
In Toronto, she studied portraiture, landscape painting and still life with Jill Segal, watercolorist and teacher of mixed media Nancy Converse, instructor of landscape and portraiture Morton Harris, instructor of landscape and portraiture Harry Ahn, instructor of portraiture Michael John Angel, master portrait artist Paul Sloggett, teacher of abstract art, member of the "Group of 13".
Apart from the tuition she has received privately from these fine artists, she has taken extensive courses with art specialists:
The Ontario College of Art, Toronto
George Brown College, Toronto
Art Instruction School, Minneapolis, U.S.A
Her works are in private and corporate collections in Canada, Australia, England, Israel, and the U.S.A.
Judith works as a full-time artist in Toronto and teaches privately in her studio.