Judith's work has appeared in numerous solo and group exhibitions, to include among others a group show at BJ Spoke Gallery, Huntington, NY; a one man show at Stony Brook University, Administration Building; the International New York Art Expo; and the National Juried Exhibition of the Sumi-E Society of America, Inc. Her work has been recognized with several awards in juried shows to include "Best in Show" and "Best in Category" and is housed in numerous private collections to include two pieces housed in a prominent hotel, in Dusseldorf, Germany. She is a member of East End Arts Council, Smith town Arts Council and is the Education Chairperson for the National Sumi-e Society of America.

For more than three decades, Judith taught piano, voice, and art (Zen drawing and lithography seminars) both privately and within the public school system. Her students have earned regional and national recognition in voice and piano. She was formally trained in Music, earning a Bachelor of Science in Music from SUNY Potsdam, earning a Masters with a concentration in Fine Arts from SUNY Stony Brook. Further, she has completed post-graduate work in all forms of art. She studied under Dan Weldan, an influential New York artist and author of graphic textbooks, and Sungsook Setton, an internationally studied and renowned Master of Sumi-e. Judith has attended numerous workshops and classes with many other international and national artists too numerous to name.

Judith appears in the Cambridge "Who's Who" 2011 for recognition as artist, musician and teacher in america.

Full vitae upon request.