Judy Brownlie works in all media – painting, sculpture and printmaking. She is an active member of a number of arts organisations in Australia, including being a Signatory Member of the Victorian Artists Society, the Australian Guild Realist Artists (Melbourne), the Sherbrooke Art Society, the Royal Art Society NSW, the Macquarie Towns Art Society, the National Association for the Visual Arts, and Friends of the Hawkesbury Art Collection.
“Apart from participating in many exhibitions, I have taught painting for over 40 years. I have tutored in France and Italy, and given demonstrations throughout Victoria and New South Wales, where I live. I have been employed by the Sherbrooke Arts Society in Victoria, and the Hawkesbury Community Arts Workshop at the University of Western Sydney, where I taught for 20 years. I continue to hold classes in my own studio and tutor workshops in oils, watercolours and pastels.”
Judy has won over 60 major awards in all mediums.
In 1990 Judy won the Camberwell Rotary Travel Grant allowed Judy to study and paint for three months in Europe Turkey, Switzerland, France, England, Belgium and Holland.
Judy has had several solo exhibitions and several mixed exhibitions and her work is represented in collections throughout Australian, Italy, England, Switzerland, Hong Kong, France, Germany, Holland, Japan and New Zealand as well as the permanent collection in Swan Hill Regional Gallery and the permanent collections of regional councils and corporate businesses.
Australian Artist Today, 3rd Edition
Who’s Who of Australian Visual
Max Germaine’s Artists and Galleries, 1997 CD
Australian Artists Magazine, January 1996, May 1999, August 2001.
The Baulkham Hills Shire Show Case 2002.
Australian Artists Magazine – Jan 1996, May 1999, Aug 2001 & Aug 2012
‘The Artists’ Book’ – Portrait Artists Australia, 2012
‘Brushes with Life’, 2012, Limited Edition
Baulkham Hills Coffee Table Book
Water colours for the centenary of the Hawkesbury Agricultural College now the University of Western Sydney Hawkesbury region.
The World Veterinary Association Convention at Darling Harbour – poster.