Judy Morris taught art at South Medford High School for thirty years then retired to become a full time professional watercolorist. She is a popular national and international juror and workshop teacher. Morris's paintings have received more than fifty national awards, have been included in exhibitions throughout the country and she was one of 15 American artists invited to be included in the 2011 Taiwan International Watercolor Exhibition, in Taipei City, Taiwan. She was also one of 125 international outside-China artists from 62 countries to have her work selected for the 2012 Shanghai Zhujiajiao International Watercolor Biennial exhibition. Judy was also invited to exhibit in the Third Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary International Watermedia Masters at the Jiangsu Province Art Museum in Nanjing and Tianjin City, China in 2012.
Morris has been featured in numerous national publications since 1992, she has been featured in over a dozen watercolor books including Splash for 9 years. Her work hangs in public and private collections worldwide and is included in the Chinese language book that highlights nine outstanding contemporary American watercolor artists. The book is titled, Inspirations and Technical Breakthroughs: Secrets from the Contemporary International Watercolor Masters. Morris has been selected for inclusion in Who's Who of American Women, Who's Who in the World, and the recent edition of Who's Who in America.
Last Updated on Monday, 13 May 2013 20:55