Judith Freeman Clark


My florals, still lifes, and figurative works are done in a realistic style and emphasize bold, rich color. I’ve dabbled in pastel, pen-and-ink, and print-making, but my deepest satisfaction comes from working in watercolor. It’s an exacting, unpredictable medium that often challenges but rarely disappoints.

I’ve had two solo shows and have won several awards in more than 60 juried competitions including at: the Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plain, MA; the Amazing Things Gallery, Framingham; the Cape Cod Cultural Center, Yarmouth; the Creative Arts Center, Chatham; the Cape Cod Art Center; the Library Arts Center, Newport, NH; the Monson Arts Council; the Plymouth Center for the Arts; the Rhode Island Watercolor Society, Pawtucket, RI; the Sprinkler Factory; and Zullo Gallery, Medfield.

I’m a Juried Artist of the Cape Cod Art Center and an Associate of the New England Watercolor Society. My work was exhibited in the April 2016 Canal District Art Walk, and I did the cover art for Vermont author Sonja Hakala’s novel, “The Dazzling Uncertainty of Life.”

In 2019, three of my landscapes were chosen for a permanent installation at the UMass Memorial Medical Center inpatient cancer unit. I’m represented by the Creative Hands Gallery in Osterville, MA.