Judith Green was born in Hampstead. She attained a BA (Hons) in graphic design from Kingston School of Art and studied painting at the Slade School of Art from 1997 to 2000. In 1984 she co-founded the international award-winning design consultancy, The Green House. Relinquishing her full-time design career in 2000, she decided to devote her creative energies to painting. The following year she gained a place on the Drawing Year MA level programme at the Prince's Drawing School, becoming 'artist in residence' at Kensington Palace in 2009.
Subsequently she moved to Tregony in Cornwall, where she has developed an art practice which draws on themes of personal and historical memory to create evocative meditations on time and duration. She is a regular exhibitor at Tregony Gallery. Her work appears in private collections in the USA, Europe and the Middle East.
Green's portrait 'Seeing Differently' was selected for the 2017 RWA Annual Open Exhibition in Bristol.
works and access
Founder's Portrait commissioned by the Prince's Drawing School, Mr Whittaker CBE - Prince of Wales' private collection
2019: Tregony Gallery Promenade 2 - Early Summer Show (13 July-31 Aug)
Who's Who in Art, 34th Edition, p. 287