Gone Fishing

Between spending time with Ed, traveling to speaking engagements and exhibitions, and beginning an exciting new photography book, I haven’t focused on my blog. I appreciate those of you who’ve continued to stay in touch with me and I do plan to get back to my blog when the time is right, so please stay tuned. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy browsing my website and my most recent photography project, Sea of Dreams.

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  • mimi reed

    I am a docent at the VMFA and recently saw 3 of your Sea of Dreams series on view. I find myself returning to them again and again. I think they’re beautiful – other-worldly, dreamlike, etheral yet slightly eerie – I love them.
    I would like to know how you created them and what they represent to you so that I can include them in my hightlights tour.
    Thank you.

    April 30, 2013
    • Judith


      Your lovely comments and response to my photographs touched me deeply. Thank you.

      I’d like to give you more information about “Sea of Dreams” and I’d be proud to be included in your highlights tour, but I think it would be easier to do so in an e-mail. If you send me your contact information I’ll send you my artist statement and other details that I think may interest you and VMFA viewers

      By the way, VMFA has always been one of my favorite museums—so I’m particularly delighted to have my work exhibited there.

      Warm regards,


      April 30, 2013
      • mimi reed

        Thank you so much for your response to my request. My email address is: marjoreed@verizon.net. I look forward to receiving your artist statement.
        Best wishes,

        May 1, 2013

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