She and her husband, Neil, moved to Bainbridge Island, Washington in 1996 to live closer to three of their four sons, who live on the west coast. Beautiful Bainbridge Island has provided the artist with many unique outdoor painting opportunities, as well as numerous live local portrait demonstrations.
As a resident of Glendale, Ohio for twenty seven years, her portrait work included many notables of Cincinnati including a commission of Erich Kunzel to commemorate his 30 years with the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. While associated with the
Cincinnati Art Club for thirteen years, she chaired Special Projects and the “Viewpoint” regional art show. She served as
President from 1993 to 1995, only the second woman elected to this position. The Cincinnati Art Club is over 100 years old.
Judith has taught portrait painting in public and private classes and conducted many landscape workshops. She was one of the artists selected for the University Club of Cincinnati exhibit of Portrait Painters. Her one woman show at the Cincinnati Woman's Club was in 1994. Her works have been accepted in numerous juried shows and her portrait commissions are in collections throughout the U.S.