Judith Guttman received her training at The Cincinnati Art Academy and The Central Academy of Comercial Art. For seven years, she worked as a free-lance art director, graphic artist, and illustrator before choosing fine art as her perference. She has served as both President and Tresurer of the Queen City Art Club and exhibits regularly in the club’s group shows. She has exbited at Gallery 22 in Montgomery; The Design Consortium in Obryanville; and the Masterwork 53 Exhibit.
She studied oil painting with Tom Zink, Paul Leyland Thompson, and Janette Maloy and especially prefers the challenges of portraiture. Whether painting portraits, still life, or landscape, she always strives to communicate the essence of her subjects in a poetic atmosphere. For the past six years, she has been teaching oil painting and drawing at The Baker-Hunt Foundation in Covington, Kentucky and also teaches private summer classes.
She can be contacted by her home address: 1842 Lemontree Ln., Loveland, OH 45140 or by phone at 683-1842