Judith Seay was born in Dallas. She received her fine arts degree from SMU. Jerry Bywaters, one of the Dallas Nine, and some of the other professors influenced the Dallas Museum of Art and the Mid Century contemporary art scene in Dallas. Judith broadened her artistic horizon by studying at UT and UNT her painting teachers at SMU were DeForest Judd and Stephen Wilder She has created her own style in which you may see influences of the Dallas Regionalists. She has brought that artistic fervor into the 21st century with adventurous paths in her paintings.
She has been featured in the Dallas Cityartcal, Many of her Reflections Series are hanging in the Ritz Carlton. She has been a member of many art groups over the years. She was a charter member of the MAC and is now a member of the MAC PAC. She has donated many paintings to charitable groups like the Dallas Museum’s Art Ball and the Crystal Charity Ball. She has been in many select shows like The Women’s Caucus for the Arts, and the National Open Exhibition of the TVAA.
Judith has many collectors ranging from a famous architect in Austin, to a Dallas Cowboy, to an art collector in Canada, to many art lovers all over Texas.. Judith now lives in the country North of Dallas where she paints in her art studio. She loves to visit Colorado to be inspired by the natural colors, shapes and textures. She loves to combine these elements, making a composition that is intriguing or meaningful.