is a pioneer in the use of dye pigment as “paint” in stretched and framed
works. While dye has long been used in contemporary hangings and fiber art
works, dye-painting has recently gained wide acclaim in the U.S., via museums
and galleries. As a pioneer in this
genre, Anton’s unique sense of form, space and color bring a rare richness and
power to her contemporary works. The result of Anton’s use of dye-pigment as
“paint” is a translucent, rich and delicately textured surface, bursting
with color and movement. Her works have been said to recall the ideals and
philosophy of the Bauhaus School of the 1940’s.
in the US and Japan, Anton lived and painted in New York City until 1999.
Sean Simon of ArtSpeak Magazine wrote of Judith Anton’s very
successful,1998 New York City exhibition, ”Viewers were treated to the rich
blends and vibrant bursts of color that Anton is so well known for...” (ArtSpeak
Magazine, January 1998). In 1999, Anton moved to LA to set up her studio
to continue her work on the west coast.
works appeals to an international clientele and have been purchased by private
collectors in the U.S., Asia and Europe. Anton’s corporate clients include
Southern California Edison. “THREE DANCERS”
hangs in their Los Angeles headquarters. Other corporate clients include
Imagica Media Inc., Japan and Video Arts Music, Japan. Anton has been featured
in several national and international magazines, including
and National Geographic, and
the previously mentioned ArtSpeak Magazine.
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