Judith Gale Mont is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts, working in many mediums, including painting, mixed media, and photography. She lives and works in New York City, and Baltimore, Maryland.
A major goal of her work is the hope to reconnect people to the natural world. Mother Earth is the source for the materials and concepts chosen, which are often discovered through her explorations in the wilderness, tending to her garden, and her involvement with ocean life. Mimicking the endless possibilities of the wonders of nature yields high-energy creations that are both stimulating yet tranquil.
A persistent theme of Mont's recent work is inspired by the molluscan seashell’s manifold of colors, patterns, and textures. Preservationist, Conservationist and Environmental Advocate, Ms. Mont's oceanic paintings revitalize people to treasure the natural world by encouraging viewers to dive into the voyage at the bottom of the sea and honor our maritime eco-system.