Judith Steinberg is a Connecticut-based painter and sculptor whose work sometimes incorporates recognizable images but is often abstract. Initially, her visual adventures were in photography, but those eventually led to drawing, painting and sculpture. That exploration began at Silvermine, under the guidance of a few amazing artists who knew how to challenge their students to push their own creative boundaries and create work they did not know they had in them.
Judith became an artist member of the Silvermine Guild a few years after beginning her studies there and has served on its Board of Trustees several times. She is deeply committed to both the school and the guild, and to the friendships that arose from them.
In addition to her involvement in Silvermine, Judith is an elected member of the Sculptors Guild. She has had public installations on Governors Island; in White Plains, Armonk, and Hartsdale, New York; in Stamford, Wilton, and New London, Connecticut; in Weston, Massachusetts; and in the Netherlands. She completed a large outdoor commission for Sacred Heart University, and three of her sculptures are permanently installed in the Robert Webb Sculpture Garden in Dalton, Georgia.
Judith exhibits locally, nationally, and internationally and her work is represented in private collections and in the collections of Xerox Corporation, Risk Capital Reinsurance Company, Triplex Gallery at Borough of Manhattan Community College, and Sacred Heart University.
“Discovering Silvermine and the relationships that developed because of it have been the greatest gift,” she says. “We are so lucky to have this little gold mine in our backyard. Now, more than ever, we need to nurture it!”