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Born in 1956, and based in Chicago, Illinois, Judith Joseph has a B.S. in Art from the University of Wisconsin- Madison.
Joseph has exhibited extensively in solo and group shows. Her work is in many public and private collections, including the Chicago Public Library, Respect and Tolerance Foundation (Czech Republic), the Milwaukee Public Museum (Milwaukee, Wisconsin); Westmoor School, Northbrook, Illinois, Sunset Ridge School, Northfield, Illinois and North Shore Congregation Israel (Glencoe, Illinois). She has created hundreds of works as commissions, including Ketubot, calligraphic works and paintings.
Judith Joseph received Illinois Artists’ Fellowship Awards in 1998 and 2004. Her art has been reviewed and profiled in numerous books, magazines and web publications, including: Wisconsin Artists: A Celebration of Jewish Presence (Marquette University Press, 1994), Hours of Devotion (D. Berland, Schocken Books, 2007) The Passover Celebration (illustrations, LTP, 2001); Harvest of Freedom (American References, 1984), the New Art Examiner, Shma Journal, Zeek at Forward, Jewish Art Now, Letter Arts Review and WBEZ-FM.
Selected Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions
Zack Gallery, Vancouver, B.C., Canada; Kraft Gallery, Columbia University, New York; ARC Gallery, Chicago, Illinois; Illinois Arts Council Gallery, Chicago, Illinois and The Art Center, Highland Park, Illinois.
Selected Group Exhibitions
Spertus Museum, Chicago, Illinois; ARC Gallery, Chicago, Illinois; Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois; Haggerty Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois; Arthur Feldman Gallery, Highland Park, Illinois; Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Winchester, Virginia; Deerfield Arts Bank, S. Deerfield, Massachusetts; Dayton Peace Museum, Dayton, Ohio.
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www.judithjosephart.com Paintings, woodblock prints
www.judithjosephstudio.com Ketubot, calligraphy, illustration