Judi is inspired by nature and her personal experiences.

Her art practice includes an eclectic collection of paintings, mixed media, video, photography, cyanotypes, books and Artist’s books.

Regardless of the medium however, her works record a personal visual diary of her past and present experiences, her gardens and home in Maleny and the surrounding hinterland, and her travels.


watercolours, acrylics, graphite, photography, videography, mixed media, oil


Studio Address:
Hovard House Studio
214 Hovard Road
Bald Knob QLD 4552
Open Studio days or by appointment

Phone: 0448 278 478


More About Me

Judi has been a visual artist most of her life and received a Master of Arts with Honors in Visual Arts from the Queensland College of Art Griffith University 2006.

Two of her Artist Books (photography with collage) have been purchased for Rare Collections by the State Library of Queensland and The State Library of Victoria.

Throughout her career Judi has used her art and photography to address social issues, such as racial discrimination, domestic violence and child abuse, and health care (for example: Art for Alzheimer’s Awareness).

Judi is a Featured Artist and Photographer at Bluethumb Online Galleries.
Fine Art & Photography –


Arts Connect Inc., Pop-Up Exhibitions
1-15 October and 1 – 14 November 2018
Belvedere, 6/184 main Street Montville, Qld 4560

Solo Exhibition
In the Still of a Moment – Solo Exhibition – 25th January – 29th March 2018 – Sarah’s Unplugged, 31 Maple Street Maleny

Untethered – 26th February – 6th April 2018 – Butter Factory Art Centre, Cooroy – ACI Group Exhibition


Picture Books Display – Maleny Library

Trees – solo exhibition – Maleny Library Art Space

September 2017:

Shortlisted – 2018 Artist in Residence, Brisbane Botanical Gardens, Mt Coot-tha.
Judi was commissioned in 2014 to document the Sculpture on the Edge Exhibition. Please scroll down to view her photography and videography presentations. These three commissioned works were made possible by a RADF Grant.

Reminiscence and familiar experiences are key influences in her art practice and are incorporated in her non-verbal communication tools (picture books and movies) for people with mid-late Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. These are sold in Australia and internationally.

Her Digital Portfolio is available at iStockphoto by Getty Images.