Judith grew up in a small town in Drumheller valley of Alberta. It was there that her fascination for colour and texture began, due to the amazing landscape of hoodoos and desert-like lowlands and hills.
While living in Australia, Judith attended the Canberra School of the Arts. This gave her the opportunity to experience all that the art world had to offer, including studying the landscape of colour, texture and warmth of the land down under.
After returning to Canada, it was back to reality and Ottawa. In 2000, Judith retired from the floral business and was able to indulge her passion for painting with watercolour and acrylic. She also continued to travel and attend many workshops taught by both Canadian and international artists.
On 2007, Judith moved to Vancouver Island and once again had the opportunity of painting a totally new landscape of colours and textures.
Judith considers herself a very fortunate artist to have lived in several very versatile landscapes and beautiful places of the world because this continues to be a very important influence in her work.