Through my life of teaching and creating art, I have come to believe that creativity offers a portal into the magic and deepening of life. If we focus our intention, we can learn to honor our selves, the creative process, and the artwork we create.

I am particularly interested in working with individuals and groups who wish to delve more deeply into their life process and create a piece of art that honors that journey.

Judith received her BFA from Boston University majoring in painting and drawing, and minoring in art education. She taught art for 30 years in the Gloucester public schools where her focus was high school drawing, ceramics and the portfolio class for students who wanted to attend art school. Since her retirement in 1999 she’s received a Certificate in Creative Expression through the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology and then completed her Masters in Interdisciplinary Studies at Lesley University.

She currently facilitates workshops on creativity and self-exploration in her Lexington Studio where she also works with private clients. Judith teaches Drawing and Seeing the Possibility, a mixed media course, at LACS and at the Harvard Ceramics Studio.

Judith enjoys creating in many different materials and has won awards through the Cambridge and the Concord Art Associations, as well as the Women’s Caucus for Art. She’s a committee member of the Lexington Open Studios group and participates in that venue every year, opening her studio to the public. Her work hangs in private and corporate collections.