Originally from Melbourne and trained in the Meldrum school, Judy displays in her art a sense of pictorial space in order to create an illusion of nature often described as tonal realism, or sometimes misty modern. Paintings like this blur the boundary lines of light and shade where planes appear to melt into each other. Judy’s landscapes ‘beautifully articulate the artists connection to her surrounds, imbued with a subtle and quiet intimacy’. Judy has had several solo exhibitions and group exhibitions, and her work is represented in collections throughout Australasia, Europe, England, Hong Kong and Japan. She has won over 60 major awards in all mediums, including the Camberwell Rotary Travel Grant (1990) which allowed her to study and paint for three months in Europe Turkey, Switzerland, France, England, Belgium and Holland. Judy is a member of the Victorian Artists Society, the Royal Art Society NSW, the Macquarie Towns Art Society, and the National Association for the Visual Arts. Judy is considered a living treasure in the Hawkesbury and a highly regarded established artist.