Judith Page is active/lives in New York. Judith Page is known for painting, collage, sculpture, installation, printmaking, gothic themes.
Judith Page was born in Lexington, Kentucky, and studied art at the University of Kentucky and Transylvania University. Early influences were her father, an amateur historian, photographer, and raconteur, who instilled in her a love and respect for history and the creative process; her optometrist, the photographer Ralph Eugene Meatyard, who influenced her through his commitment to a Gothic vision; and writers such as Flannery O'Connor, Ed McClanahan, and Carson McCullers who provided her with many potent visual images.
Page says that her "art emerges from a Gothic sensibility, a place where horror and beauty exist in close proximity, where innocence encounters depravity, where the spirit is consumed and revived from moment to moment ... Displaying 750 of 3884 characters.