Whitehouse Station
Judith A. Lieberman
Digital Art

Judith A. Lieberman is a painter, assemblage artist, and digital printmaker. She holds a BS in Chemistry from TCU, a BA in Art from Cedar Crest College, an MA in Studio Art from NYU, and an MFA in Painting from Bard College. Judi has taught art classes at Somerset County College (now Raritan Valley Community College), Trenton State College (now The College of New Jersey), and art education classes at Rosemont College. Judi has an exhibition record spanning thirty-eight years, including one-person shows, group shows, juried and selected exhibitions mostly in the New York/New Jersey area.

In 1995, Judi’s interest in science combined with her art ability to produce a body of computer-generated digital inkjet prints. These early prints were small, non-archival (pigment ink wasn’t yet widely available for desktop printers), and printed on 100% cotton paper. Originally intended as studies for large oil paintings, many of which were completed, these early prints have developed into larger and more complicated works done on a large format printer with digital rag paper and archival inks.

Now retired from teaching, Judi lives with her husband Dr. Joe and makes art in Whitehouse Station, New Jersey.

Evening Snow
Judith A. Lieberman
Digital Inkjet Print, Epson Claria Ink, Arches Infinity Rag Paper

17 × 19 in.