Location: Riverside, California, United States
Judith Palmer, Artist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership as a creator of abstract art, woodblock prints, photo-etching, drawings, and paintings.
Ms. Palmer started her artistic career as a student at the University of California Berkeley, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in 1957. She continued her higher education at Claremont Graduate University, where she earned a Master of Arts in 1971. During graduate school, she watched as other students copied photorealistic images and referred to them as art—she has never understood the artistic purpose of photorealism after the camera was invented, so she rebelled and stayed true to herself, making her own work. Ms. Palmer is proud to still be able to make a living engaging with her passion. She is a member of the Los Angeles Printmakers Society, the InCandia Institute, and she has been the recipient of several awards through her career, including the Printmaking Award from Artists’ Liaison in 1986 and 1987, and the Jurors Award from Dulin Gallery in 1987.
Through her creative endeavors, Ms. Palmer’s works have been exhibited in a variety of shows and venues, including the Riverside Art Museum, the Howell-Green Fine Arts Academy, the John Thomas Gallery, the Sacramento Fine Arts Center, and the Sweeney Art Gallery, among many more. Her art spans a variety of media, from photo etchings and woodblocks, to paintings and drawings—some of her exhibited works include “Desert Treasures,” “Magnum Opus,” “Inscriptions,” and “Ink and Clay.” Ms. Palmer has contributed to the Alaluz Poetry Journal, and has worked as an artist for Ben Stoltzfus’ books “Romoland: A Pictonovel,” “Fiction,” and “The Puma Drinks the New Moon.” As a testament to her talent, stature, and creative success, Ms. Palmer has been included in the 19th and 23rd editions of Who’s Who of American Women, as well as the 22nd and 23rd editions of Who’s Who in the West.
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