We made our monthly visit to Rosenfeld Gallery last week to celebrate the work of Judith Ingram. She was an amazing and as you can see from the video a generous artist. The exhibition A Retrospective Of Her Works From Her Own Collection is a tribute to her life.
from Rosenfeld Gallery:
Judith Ingram influenced two generations of visual artists with her extraordinary innovations with paper. She died earlier this year and her life and work are celebrated in a marvelous exhibition at Philadelphia’s Rosenfeld Gallery.
In this film, friends and family as well as her longtime art dealer give insights into a remarkable life. Always feisty, Judy went from being a beautiful fashion model in her youth to an admired and much loved artist, touching the lives of everyone with whom she came in contact.
Judith Ingram : In Memorium
July 12, 2012 — August 05, 2012
Judith A. (nee Albertson) Ingram, 85 Judith A. (nee Albertson) Ingram, 85, died April 18, 2012. Pre-deceased by husband William T. Ingram Jr. and granddaughter Rachel Bain. Survivors: Brother Noel C. (Claudette) Albertson: son William T. (Marianne) Ingram II; daughter Nicola (Arthur Berlin) Ingram; son Cody S. Ingram; grandchildren Jesse, Ellie, Jacob, Melina and Julian; 3 great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Celebration of Life will be held on April 29, 2012 at 1 PM at the Community Arts Center, 414 Plush Mill Rd., Wallingford, PA. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to ASPCA, 350 E. Erie Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19134 or Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, 200 S. Madison St., Wilmington, DE 19801
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