Textured paper shapes form energetically patterned puzzle pieces, all harmoniously fitted together in Judith T. Greenberg’s collage compositions. For this mixed media artist, painting, lithography, etching, relief printing and monoprinting are tools for expressing a duality—the complexity of small parts and the simplicity and natural grace of the whole.
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Judith T. Greenberg
A former student at the Art Students League in New York City, Greenberg did her undergraduate work at Pratt Institute, in Brooklyn, New York, and Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, where she majored in fine art. She received a master’s degree in painting at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and taught art in public school systems for five years. The artist has had solo shows throughout New England, and her work is included in private and corporate collections, including the permanent collections of the UMass Memorial Medical Center, in Worcester, Massachusetts, and the Rhode Island Hospital, in Providence, where three works can be seen in the women’s and children’s oncology lobby of the Wasserman wing. Last summer Greenberg’s work was on display at the Danforth Museum of Art, in Farmingham, Massachusetts, in the annual members’ juried show, “Off the Wall.” Learn more about the artist and her work on her website: www.jtgreenberg.com.
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