Judith Hudson

Judith Hudson has excelled in a variety of mediums, including painting, drawing, photography, video art, books, and jewelry. Her work, endowed with a deep sense of humor, grows increasingly popular on the commercial market. Hudson has said of her own work: "I wanted a sort of access into the unconscious. I'm interested in the physical and metaphysical—macrocosms and microcosms."

The subject of numerous solo exhibitions at venues such as Dinter Fine Art, Hudson has also been included in group exhibitions at the 7Eleven Gallery, The Drawing Center and Phillips de Pury Company, among other locations. She is also the recipient of an award from the National Endowment of the Arts. Her work is held in the private collections of institutions and corporations such as Goldman Sachs, IBM, and the New York Public Library.

Interview with the Artist

1. What is your favorite film?
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.
2. What is your preferred drink?
Montrachet, Chateau Margaux.
3. What is your idea of happiness?
Working and being in the moment.
4. What is your guilty pleasure?
I can't get enough of anything I like.
5. What is your favorite quote?
"I yam what I yam." —Popeye