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  NY:NY: Clay, Clay Art Center., Port Chester, NY, April 5 -June 5, 2015

  Artist Provocateur, Pence Gallery, Davis, California, April 28 – May 24, 2014.

  HATtitude: Millinery Design in Culture and Couture, Westchester Arts Council, Bank Gallery,
  Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains, NY. February 11 – April 12, 2014.

  InCiteful Clay: Exhibits USA, Mid-America Arts Alliance
   Touring the Following Museums 2014-2017:  
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   Foosaner Art Museum at Florida Institute of Technology. Melbourne, FL, 1/28/14-3/16/14

   Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR, 4/4/14-6/29/14

   Woodbury Art Museum, Orem, UT, 9/1/14-10/20/14

   Shawnee County Public Library, Topeka, KS, 1/28/15-3/16-15

   CSU Dominguez Hills, Carson, CA, 9/1/15-10/20/15

   The Culture Lab at Mid-America Arts Alliance, Kansas City, MO, 1/28/16-3/16/16

   HATtitude: Millinery Design in Culture and Couture
   Westchester Arts Council, Bank Gallery,
   Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains, NY. February 11 – April 12, 2014
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   Clay Provocateurs, Pence Gallery, Davis, California, April 28 – May 24, 2014
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   HAT-titude: Millinery Design in Culture and Couture , Westchester Arts Council, Bank Gallery, Mamaroneck Ave,
   White Plains, NY.   February 19 – March 15, 2014.

   InCiteful Clay, Exhibits USA, Mid-America Arts Alliance February 2014-2017:
   Visit
http://www.eusa.org/exhibit/incitefulclay for   Museum Tour listing..

   Watershed Legends: 25 years of Residencies, Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts,  Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens,
   July 12 – August 31, 2012.  
University of Massachusetts, New Bedford, University Gallery, October 13--November 23, 2012.

   25th Anniversary Celebration of Watershed's Residents, Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Maine Botanical Gardens,
  
July 12 – August 20, 2012.

   Margins, New York University, Commons Gallery, February 10– February 24, 2010.

   To Die For, Projects Gallery, Philadelphia, Pa, March 23- May 1, 20010.
   Confrontational Ceramics,
Westchester Council for the Arts. The Bank Gallery, White Plains, NY, October 3–December 13,
   2008. 
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   Spatial Meditations: Paul Chaleff, Jeff Shapiro, and Tim Rown. Mariani Gardens, Armonk, NY, August 15–November 30, 2008.
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   Clay (Mates), John Patrick Gallery, Portland, ME, July 11 – August 15, 2008.
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   Confrontational Ceramics: The International Artist as Social Critic, Westchester Council for the Arts. The Bank Gallery,
   White Plains, NY, October 3–November 30, 2008.

   Confrontational Clay: The Artist As Social Critic. Curated and wrote catalog featuring the work of 25 American artists.
   Organized by Exhibits USA, Mid-America Arts Alliance, Kansas City, MO Toured the following Museums and Art Centers
   from January 2000 until September 2002:

   Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples, FL

   The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK

   Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, Camden, NJ

   Flint Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI

   The Middlebury College Museum, Middlebury, CT

   Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield, OH

   Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM

   Belger Art Center, Kansas City, MO

   Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY

   University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL

   New York, New York: Clay. Curated and wrote catalog featuring the work of nine New York area artists.
   Show traveled for one year  (1995) to the following four cities in Norway:
  
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   Rogaland Kunstnersenter, Stavanger

   Museum of Applied Art, Trondheim

  The National College of Art and Design, Oslo

   The National College of Art and Design, Bergen

   Form and Transformations: Current Expressions in Ceramics From Art to Industry, Queens Library Gallery,
   Queens, New York, October 22–December 31, 1997. Curated and wrote catalog featuring the interaction of ceramic art
   with industry. On display were ceramic tennis racket, watch, knives, bowling ball, catalytic converter, and even the tiles NASA
   used to shield the space craft from the intensity of the earth’s atmosphere on reentry. Fifteen contemporary artists were
   also included whose work transformed industrial ceramics on display.
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   A Vision of Deco,
Nippon Gallery, New York, 1995.Exhibition of selected Noritake period pieces from the Schwartz, Kottler
   and the  Noritake Museum Collections. The exhibition also included original artists drawings from salesmen’s catalogs of
   the period displayed along side the objects.
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   Built, Thrown, and Touched,
Exhibits USA, Kansas City, MO, October 1992. Toured four museums.

   Exhibitions:

  "Time: Invitational". Curated by Hugh W. O'Rourke, Barney Building Gallery, Steinhardt, NYU,
   February 23- June 15, 2016.

   "NCECA Honors and Fellows Exhibition," Curated by Peter Held, Leedy-Voulkos Art Center,
   Kansas City, MO. March 4 – 26, 2016.

   "Head Space: Faculty 3D Invitational," Curated by Hugh W. O'Rourke, Barney Building Gallery, Steinhardt, NYU, Kyrgyz
    Mining, March – June 2015.

   Old Hands in Clay #13; Curated by Tom Supensky, University of Wisconsin- Parkside, Kenosha, Wisconsin, March 17 to
   July 18, 2014.
Click here to see Judy and her artwork.

   New York University, Pless Hall, Faculty Exhibition, May 2007.

   Charon Kransen Fine Arts, SOFA, Park Avenue Armory, NY, June 2007, 2006, 2005.

   Clay Art Center–Group Exhibition, Then and Now: Ceramic Glories, Port Chester, NY, January 2000.


   Hopkins Hall Gallery, The Ohio State University, Ceramic Invitational, February 27–March 20, 1999.


   Bank Street College of Education, UCAE, 28th Annual Exhibition, 1997.


   New York University, 80 Washington Square East Gallery, Faculty Exhibition, New York, 1997.

   American Craft Museum, Mad Hatter Tea Party, April 1996.

   American Craft Museum, One-of-a-kind millinery works of art, Museum Shop, 1995–96.

   Objects of Desire Gallery, Louisville, KY, April 1994. New York University, Loeb Center Gallery, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982.

   Exhibitions sponsored by the University Council for Art Education. Wilburs, New York, 1979.


   New York University, Contemporary Arts Gallery, Loeb Center, Faculty Exhibition, 1974.

   Paul Klapper Library, Queens College (one woman show), 1968.

   The Columbus Gallery of Fine Art, Columbus, OH, 1966.


   The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH, 1962, 1964, 1966.


   Studio production of jewelry and millinery designs—blocking, sewing and creating unique one of a kind hats to galleries and
   craft museum shops.


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