Biography: Judy Hill
Judy Hill received her BA from the Falmouth School of Art, Falmouth, Cornwall, England, and her MFA from Louisiana State University. She has had numerous solo exhibitions at Grover/Thurston Gallery, Seattle, Wash., as well as Judy Hill: The Self Transparent, From the Collection of Driek and Michael Zirinsky at the Bellevue Arts Museum; NW Perspectives: Judy Hill at the Boise Art Museum; Judy Hill: Sculpture 1987–1996 at The Art Gym, and Judy Hill at the Kohler Arts Center. Her work has been included in group exhibitions at the Sun Valley Center for the Arts; Boise Art Museum; Turtle Bay Museum Art Gallery; Tacoma Museum of Art; Austin Museum of Art; the Hokaido Museum of Modern Art, Hokkaido, Japan; Milwaukee Art Museum; Penland Gallery; and Portland Art Museum.
Hill was awarded the 2003 Artist of the Year award from the Contemporary Craft Museum, Portland (now Museum of Contemporary Craft), and she has received a WESTAF/NEA regional fellowship and an Oregon Arts Commission fellowship in sculpture.