by Hadley Suter
APR 2019 | ArtSeen
Pour sources his inspiration primarily from Persian and Japanese traditions, as indicated by his titleManzareh and Keshiki both mean something close to Landscape, in Farsi and Japanese (they are often translated as view or scenery), though India and China are present, too. The result, though culturally variegated, is esthetically and chromatically coherentand quite breathtaking.
by Jillian McManemin
MAR 2019 | Critics Page
When I first encountered Judith’s work, I felt aligned with her crude sense of humor, her larger-than-life rage against oppressive politics, and her evident rebelliousness, not only as a feminist but as a Jersey girl—as someone who says “fuck” a lot.