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CATHARINE LORILLARD WOLFE ART CLUB, Inc.
802 Broadway, New York, NY 10003

Cataloged Exhibition January 2019



Washington County Museum of Fine Arts Exhibition
Juror: Eric Key
Sunday, February 3, 2019, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. for the Awards Ceremony and Opening Reception 
February 3 – April 7, 2019
401 Museum Drive, City Park

Hagerstown, MD 21741




Small Works Exhibition -Rick Pirozzolo, curator
Main Street Arts 
December 1, 2018 – January 4, 2019
20 W. Main Street, Clifton Springs, NY 14432



Beyond 
Opening Nov. 16  7pm


TIAC 
Via Luna 8R
Florence, Italy


Pulled Over and Pendulum were both granted a purchase award by the DC Commission on the Arts.  Now they are part of the Washington DC Art Bank.  I am so very honored!!





















One of my paintings is being displayed at the Alexandria City Hall for three months and was granted a Alexandria Art Purchase Award. 


Alexandria City Hall
301 King St
Alexandria, VA 22314
2nd floor

June- September 2018













Small Works Big Hearts Nov. 27- Dec 22 Atlantic Gallery547 West 27th Street Suite 540 New York, NY 10001










Legacy: William Woodward and Students 
Curated by Lenore Miller
Arts Club of Washington

Washington DC, 20006-Oct

https://theheroinejourney2016.wordpress.com/2018/09/17/the-heroines-journey-of-judith-peck/



I did a little interview by Peter Kuster for his project The Heroines Journey.



Exhibition 280
Huntington Museum of Art    
July 14th -Sept. 16th 2018
2033 McCoy Rd
Huntington, WV 25701


Full Sun:
American Woman Artists Illuminate the Haggin Museum
August 2 - September 16, 2018
Haggin Museum
1201 N Pershing Ave, Stockton, CA 95203
Cataloged


Judith Peck -Memory's Reflection
oil and plaster on board- 40x30




My painting Memory's Reflection finds inspiration in and dialogue with Bouguereau's The Nymphaeum. His nymphs frolic naked by the water, beckoning the viewer to lose themselves in a fantasy born of classical Greece. Memory’s Reflection offers a modern retelling as allegory. My figure is unable to look away from the oncoming current while balancing herself precariously. Non-idealized and in modern dress, she denies our own attempts at escapism, demanding we face our history as she does. The canvas itself is affected by rending the classical idealism of The Nymphaeum into modern day – its surface is cracked with shards of broken plaster, evoking not only the modern condition of ancient Greek pottery, but also the conditions of living in a broken world. 







Midyear Juried Show
Phil Desind Award Winner
July 1st- August 26th, 2018
Butler Institute of American Art
524 Wick Avenue
Youngstown, OH 44502

Cataloged





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