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Printmaking, Bookmaking, Drawing
Traditional and Contemporary
Judith Rosenberg trained as a painter at Leeds University, UK. For her B.A in Fine Arts, her main subject was painting - with printing taken as an elective. As part of her honours degree, Judith wrote a thesis on paintings related to Commedia del’Arte. On completing her studies, Judith was employed as a zoological illustrator for the London Zoological Society.
On moving to Australia, Judith was employed as a lecturer in the following tertiary institutions: The Canberra School of Art, ANU; The University of Canberra; and TAFE. She also had contracts for botanic illustration and for graphic art.
In 1988, because of her keen interest in drawing and the fine line, Judith turned to printmaking. For the next nine years, she printed in Studio One in Canberra, which was an editioning studio facilitated by Master printer, Basil Hall.
While in Canberra, Judith’s work was acquired by the Parliamentary Library as well as by the new hospital in Canberra. She also designed the decorative braid for the academic ceremonial robes of the University of Canberra.
Judith moved to the Sunshine Coast in 1997. Since then, in most years, she has either been in group exhibitions or had solo exhibitions. Judith has also been a finalist in many art competitions.
Judith’s prints are Limited Edition three-colour etchings on (350gsm) paper. The subject matter is often figurative with a complex decorative border or style. More recently, her work reveals an underlying humour.
As well as creating her own work, Judith has also facilitated many non-toxic workshops in Queensland using aluminium plates and copper sulphate.
For Judith, drawing is a fundamental skill that she maintains with daily practice. It also allows her to most directly externalise the idea in mind, as it goes directly onto paper with no other process involved.
Since 2003, Judith has been creating hand-made journals from her prints. These beautiful journals have proved to be extremely popular. They currently sell in exclusive galleries and bookshops on the Sunshine Coast.