In the Pierce Gallery during August . . .
Cambridge Dance Festival
My first career is social work and I have been doing play therapy with children since 1989. I have been painting part-time since 1992. My favorite subject is people, especially people dancing and celebrating. I paint in a loose, colorful, impressionistic style, emphasizing movement.
Judi received a BA in Psychology from Cornell University and a Master of Social Work from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her Art education began in 1992 and continues with classes at Lexington Arts and Crafts Society with Maris Platais and Phyllis Hughes. She also studies at DeCordova museum with Linda Paul Gordon, Danforth Museum, Museum of Fine Arts and Bedford and Lexington Adult Education.