A native of Connecticut, Judy Adamick previously worked in oils and acrylics for over 20 years. Upon moving to South Carolina, Judy has studied with a succession of distinguished watercolor artists and teachers, becoming a full-time professional artist in 1992.
Extensive participation in regional shows has led to many awards including “Member of Excellence” in the South Carolina Watermedia Society.
Judy is a member and past President and Vice President of the Aiken Artist Guild. She is also a member and past Exhibition Chairman of the South Carolina Watermedia Society. She illustrated a children’s book that her daughter wrote “The Princess of Hope Hill” and was included as an illustrator for a book published for the Aiken County Historical Museum entitled “Discovering Aiken with Children”.
In March of 1997, Judy participated in an exhibition in Paris. While living there for a month she studied the works of the old masters and attained one of her life’s goals; that is, to paint in Claude Monet’s gardens in Giverny, France.
Working in many mediums, as well as watercolor, she is an artist and instructor. and teaches in her studio on her working farm.