Judith practiced law for well over two decades before ultimately turning to other things–motherhood, horses, dogs and cats and art among them. Judith initially dabbled in art, taking an occasional class at the Corcoran School of Art and Design and the Art League School in Alexandria, Virginia. Ultimately her desire to grow as a painter convinced her to take drawing and painting classes at Studio Incamminati in Philadelphia, designed to teach in the Old Masters traditions using contemporary color. Her classes focus on the nude figure and portrait. At home, Judith is painting still lifes, and horses, always horses. Portraits of life would be a good way to describe her work. Her goal is to paint, not one thing or one way, but to paint, and paint well.