Judith Weber


Provence Landscape Series

Provence Landscape Series

Tile on Board

Liquid Rain Forest

Liquid Rain Forest

Porcelain
10" x 10"

Beaches

Beaches

Porcelain
10" x 10"
Purchased

Dragon CT Tea with 4 cups

Dragon CT Tea with 4 cups

Silver Tea with 4 cups

Silver Tea with 4 cups

Mandarin Orange Classic tea with 4 cups

Mandarin Orange Classic tea with 4 cups

Cobalt Tea with 2 cups

Cobalt Tea with 2 cups

Modern Brass Tea with 2 cups

Modern Brass Tea with 2 cups

Tequila Lime Classic Tea with 4 cups

Tequila Lime Classic Tea with 4 cups

 

judith weber transform galleryJudith Weber is motivated by the relationship between form and function, while remaining committed to the principal of simplicity. She has spent most of her professional life as a ceramic artist, designing and creating a line of limited edition dining accessories. Her work has been featured in many magazines including Tableware Today, Gourmet Magazine, Architectural Digest, and Martha Stewart Living. She has been represented at Museum shops throughout the US including SFMOMA in San Francisco, the Museum of Art and Design in New York, the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC and the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art.  Her pieces are continually being exhibited in design galleries and specialized boutiques throughout North America.

As an artist who thrives on challenge and diversity, Weber creates custom tile and installations for residential and commercial application.  The Donor Wall for the New Rochelle Public Library was completed in 2001 and personal murals are in the homes of private clients. She is the co-founder and developing partner of Media Lofts, a mixed-use, live-work Artists in Residence Condominium,

established to create affordable and secure workspace for the artist community.  Media Lofts Gallery occupies the ground floor of the building, providing opportunities for emerging artists, as well as a variety of events and exhibitions throughout the year.   She is currently President of the New Rochelle  Council on the Arts.

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