BIOGRAPHY: A full-time studio artist for more than twenty years, Judith Content has shown nationally in exhibitions such as Visions and Quilt National as well as internationally in Japan, Indonesia, the United Kingdom, Canada, Belgium and France. Her work is represented by several galleries nationally, and her most recent solo exhibition was at Thirteen Moons Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2004. She has work in the permanent collection of the Fine Arts museums of San Francisco, the Museum of Contemporary Arts and Design, New York, NY, and the International Shibori Collection belonging to the city of Nagoya, Japan. Publications include "The Art Quilt" by Robert Shaw, "The Kimono Inspirations: Art and Art to Wear in America" by Rebecca A.T. Stevens, "Memory on Cloth: Shibori Now" by Yoshiko I. Wada and "Artwear: Fashion and Anti-Fashion" by Melissa Leventon.

Judith is currently on the Board of Directors of the Studio Art Quilt Association, and served three years on the board of the Textile Arts Council of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, CA. She has served several terms on the Foundation Board of the Palo Alto Art Center in California where she continues to volunteer.

SEE MORE OF JUDITH'S WORK ON THE WEB: Thirteen Moons Gallery website
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