Worcester resident Judith Freeman Clark attended the Vesper George School of Art, Boston, MA, where she was introduced to the medium of transparent watercolor. Her award-winning paintings have appeared in juried competitions sponsored by the New England Watercolor Society, the Cape Cod Art Association, and the Rhode Island Watercolor Society. Her work has been juried into local and regional exhibits at the Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plain; the Monson Arts Council, Monson; The Sprinkler Factory, Worcester; The Zullo Gallery, Medfield; and the Library Arts Center, Newport, NH.
Judith had two solo shows of her paintings, one at Bethany House of Prayer, Arlington, and one at the Bowes Gallery, Wachusett Regional High School, Holden, where she was the school’s 2013 artist-in-residence. Her work was shown during the April 2016 Canal District Art Walk in Worcester, and is available online at www.judithfreemanclark.net.
Currently, she is represented by The Creative Hands Gallery in East Sandwich, Massachusetts.