Master of Fine Arts, Boston University’s School of Visual Art, 855 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston MA
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Boston University’s School of Visual Art, 855 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA
Professor, Montserrat College of Art, 23 Essex Street, Beverly, MA 01915; Painting and Foundation Departments; Appointed Professor, 1997; Foundation Chair 1999-2017
Visiting Full-Time, Chester College of New England, Chester, NH; Life I, Drawing I, Professional Practice
Visiting Full-Time, Department of the Visual and Performing Arts, Worcester State College, Worcester, MA
Lecturer, Northeastern University’s Department of Art and Architecture, 360 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115. College of Art, Media and Design.
Associate Professor, Art Institute of Boston, 700 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02115;
Printmaking, Painting Departments; Associate Professor, 1983; Chair, Printmaking Department1980-1986
Lecturer, Northeastern University’s College of Arts and Media Design: Painting Basics; 2-D Fundamentals CAMD video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vfSaoMBSwQ ;
Visiting Faculty, Emmanuel College; Introductory Drawing; Design and Composition
Selected SOLO EXHIBITIONS
Around the Bend, new paintings at Kingston Gallery, 450 Harrison Avenue in Boston, MA. March 30th-May 1st. https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/702859793
On the Rise and the Fall V.2, new paintings at Kingston Gallery, 450 Harrison Avenue in Boston, MA. December 14th-January 15th, 2021 https://www.facebook.com/kingstongalleryartists/videos/389279975642862
On the Rise and the Fall V.2, Anna Maria College Gallery, Paxton, MA; February 19-April 14th; Catalog
Among Friends, new paintings with pastels by Wendy Goldberg and poetry by Martha Rhodes at Kingston Gallery, November 2-26th. 2015
“Blessed Unrest”, new mixed media works at the Kingston Gallery, Boston, MA; Trifold with essay by Laura Tonelli
‘Out of Time’ (Part II) The Art Complex Museum, 86 Alden Road, Duxbury, MA; trifold essay Leonie Bradbury and Shana Dumont; 11/14, 2009-2/14,
“Out of Time” (Part I) at the Kingston Gallery in March, 2009
‘Somewhere Between’, The Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA; catalog essay by Katherine French.
“Ancestor”, new mixed media works at the Kingston Gallery, Boston, MA
“Beautiful Places”, new paintings at the ARA Gallery, Hamilton, MA. September,
“Into the Yellow”, new paintings at the Arden Gallery, 129 Newbury Street, Boston, MA; April
‘Connections’, sabbatical exhibition at the Shlosberg Gallery of Montserrat College of Art
“Memory:Passages”, new paintings at the Arden Gallery, 129 Newbury Street, Boston, MA, May 4th-30th. Catalog essay by Martha Buskirk
Montserrat College of Art’s Alumni Gallery, “Parallel Worlds”.
Selected SOLO EXHIBITIONS
“Views from Abroad”, new landscapes at the Arden Gallery, Boston, MA.
“Actions Speak”, an exhibition of new work at the Arden Gallery, Boston, MA.
“A Victim of Passion”, new works on paper at the Harvey Gallery, 251 Newbury St, Boston, MA.
“The Big Mad”, an exhibition of new works on paper, Harvey Gallery, 251 Newbury Street, Boston, MA.
“InnerViews”, Fox Graphics Gallery, 36 Bromfield Street, Boston, MA (Boston Globe, 12/27/81.)
Galleria Il Mandracchio in Trieste, Italy (Feature Article in Il Piccolo, August 16, 1979.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
“Double Visions” at the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury; new work by ten artists from the permanent collection with each inviting an artist to show at ACM for the first time. 5/8-9/4.
Looking Back-Moving Forward, group exhibition at Cerulean Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 09/2015
10’ x 10’ x 10”, small works at Mighty Tieton, 608 Wisconsin Avenue, Tieton, Washington from August.
The Dorchester Way’ Spoke Gallery at Medicine Wheel, January 28-March 20th, 2015
‘The Expressive Voice’ at University of New Hampshire Gallery 1/24-3/30/2014; selections from the permanent collection of the Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA
‘The Expressive Voice’ at the Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA curated from their permanent March 4th-May 20th.
Paintings: Judith Brassard Brown at Cell Systems Technology, Beverly, MA; curated by Art Focus
‘The Back Forty’ an exhibition featuring twenty artists in celebration of its’ 40th anniversary at the Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, MA
Anniversary Show by members of the Kingston Gallery, Boston, MA
“Paint”, nationally juried show by Gerry Bergstein, South Shore Arts Center, Cohasset, MA Biennial Exhibition, at Manchester Institute of the Arts, Manchester, NH
“Hold Still” with Linda White and W. Perry Barton at StudioSoto, Boston (May-June) and Montserrat College of Art’s Shlosberg Gallery from ”, from October 11th-December 30th. Catalog.
‘Paint’ a juried show by Gerry Bergstein, South Shore Arts Center, Cohasset, MA Biennial Exhibition, at Manchester Innationally juried show by Gerry Bergstein, South Shore Arts Center, Cohasset, MA
The Artists of Pearl Street Studios the The Healey Gallery, UMass/Boston, October-December 2003.
“Artists for Peace”, February 22nd-28th at StudioSoto and on-line exhibit, Boston, MA
9th Annual Photography Show, Rice Polak Gallery, 249 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA
“Bitscapes”, at Studio Soto, 300 Summer Street, Boston, MA with Neal Rantoul and Judith Daniels. Panel Discussion with exhibiting artists and Jonathan Singer
“Memories, Reflection and Self”, group exhibition at HallSpace Gallery in Boston, MA; Photography and mixed media work; with Linda White and Larry Pryor; catalog
“Beyond Monotype”, 24 artists working with experimental printmaking processes at the Attleboro Museum, 86 Park Street, Attleboro, MA. August 11th-October 22nd.
“The Artist Spirit”, juried exhibition at the Codman Square Health Center in Dorchester, MA. June 17th- July 24th.
“Portraiture”, four points of view at the Perrin Galley, Brookline, 329a Harvard Street, MA. March-April.
Women’s Caucus for Art, guest juror and exhibitor, “In the Spirit of Drawing” at the Brickbottom Gallery, Somerville, MA. May 6-31, 1998.
13th Annual Pearl Street Open Studios, November 9th, (Featured in Boston Sunday Globe 11/9/97, “A Small Gem in Dorchester: Pearl Street Studios”, Cate McQuaid).
“Track Five”, a multi-media installation at Brickbottom Artist Studios in Somerville, MA by 29 artists on view from April through July.
“Spaces and Places”, an exhibition of landscapes by JBBrown, Mary Sipp-Green and Scott Duce at The Arden Gallery, Boston, MA.
“Something Human”, a group exhibition with Brenda Pinardi, W. Perry Barton, Ron Rizzi and Candace Walters at the Gallery at Wheelock College, Boston, MA.
Group exhibition at The Rice-Polak Gallery, Provincetown, MA.
“Body and Soul”, new work by JBBrown, Elli Crocker, River Karmen and Ellen LeBow at the Hopkins Gallery, in Wellfleet, MA.
“Faculty, Northeastern University’s Dept. Of Art and Architecture” at the Federal Reserve Bank, Boston.
“Works on Paper” with Ellen LeBow at The Hopkins Gallery, Wellfleet, MA.
“Six from Boston” an exhibition with Larry Pryor, Kenny Fitzpatrick, Annette Browne, Carolyn Ayotte and W. Perry Barton, Piano Factory Gallery, 791 Tremont Street, Boston, MA; The Boston Globe, 11/14/96
“Figuratively”, a juried exhibition at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH (catalog).
“Members Choice”, Soho 20 Gallery, 469 Broome Street, NY, NY.
“Four Realist Painters” at the Adam L. Gimbel Gallery of Contemporary Art, NY, NY.
Corporate collectors include New York University, Biomed Realty, University of Rhode Island, Lesley University, Suffolk Law School, The Miriam Hospital, Northeastern University, Montserrat College of Art, Chase Manhattan Bank, Old Stone Bank of Rhode Island, Boston University, Chemical Bank of New York
Work is represented in collections in New England, New York, California, Israel, Great Britain and Italy.
2020 On the Rise and the Fall, catalog published by Anna Maria College for exhibition; V.2 catalog published by Kingston Gallery.
2017 Dreams Within, https://www.amazon.com/Dreams-Within-Judith-Brassard-Brown/dp/1387326511
2016 Smallish, https://www.amazon.com/Smallish-Judith-Brassard-Brown/dp/1365172449
Nov 21, 2017, Delicious Line Review https://deliciousline.orgreview/166
Nov 13th, 2017 Boston Voyager http://bostonvoyager.com/interviewmeet-judith-brassard-brown-visual-artist-kingston- gallery-boston-sowa/
May 13, 2015, “From the Ground Up’ review by Deb Hagan, Editor, Art New England
8/2012, Susan Michelman Review, The Back Forty at the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury Summer Edition ArtScope Magazine
3/2010, Susan Boulanger, Review of Solo Exhibition the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury.
9/26-11/9/2002, “Shout Out: Taking it to another level”, review of The Rice Pollak’s 8th Annual Photography Exhibition in the Cape Cod Voice.
11/15/2001, “Artist Housing Crisis in Boston”, by Loren King, ArtsMedia magazine; interview with photos.
11/9/97, “A Small Gem in Dorchester: Pearl Street Studios”, by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Sunday Globe.
7/23/91, August, 1987, Outlaw Artists”, by Bob Israel, Boston Magazine
7/21/85, “23 N. E. artists present variations on a theme”, by Robert Taylor; photograph of ‘Lillian Brown’ by JBBrown, Boston Sunday Globe
April 11th, 1982, “Renaissance in Dorchester”, by Katherine Kilgore, The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine
12/7/79, “Una Voce Dall’America”, by Luigi Danelutti in magazine of Il Piccolo, Trieste, Italy
Represented by Robert Collins Gallery, 28 Bearskin Neck, Rockport, MA
Artist Member of the Kingston Gallery, 450 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA
Curator, Member of the Advisory Board for Art in Giving, Wellesley, MA;
The Arden Gallery, 129 Newbury Street, Boston, MA
StudioSoto, 63 Melcher Street, Boston, MA
The Rice-Polak Gallery, 230 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA
The Hopkins Gallery, 481 Main Street, Wellfleet, MA
Represented by Adam Gimbel Gallery of Contemporary Art, 15 East 49th Street, NY, NY
Represented by the Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA
Co-Owner, Developer of Pearl Street Studios, a complex of six artist residences in Dorchester, MA