Judith Joseph is a Chicago based artist whose work is exhibited internationally. Her work is idea-driven, and she works across media: woodblock prints, painting and installation. Her conceptual art practice is paired with work as a calligrapher and illustrator, and her specialty is the Ketubah. Recent and upcoming exhibitions include ARC Gallery, Chicago; the Springfield, Illinois Art Association; the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. and the Dr. Bernard Heller Museum at Hebrew Union College, New York, NY.
Her work is in many public and private collections, including the University of Illinois, the Chicago Public Library, the Milwaukee Public Museum, Hillel-Milwaukee and numerous synagogues. Numerous solo and two-person exhibitions include the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Kraft Center at Columbia University, ARC Gallery, Chicago and the Illinois Arts Council Gallery in Chicago. Residencies and fellowships include the University of Illinois Presidential Initiative in the Arts and Humanities Residency Program (2022), the Amen Institute Fellowship (2021), the Spertus Institute Fellowship (2015) and Illinois Arts Council Fellowship Awards in 1998 and 2004.
Judith Joseph is on the faculty of the Chicago Botanic Garden, where she teaches watercolor painting and drawing.
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