Inspiration for Betsy Spencer Judge’s block prints began when she taught life science and physical science for several years, amidst her fifteen plus years of teaching art at the primary and middle school levels. She explores the idea of the marriage of science and art, observing the natural world and revealing the shapes, textures, and patterns found there.
Betsy has exhibited at A.I.R. Gallery and National Association of Women Artists in New York, Sierra Arts Center and Wilbur May Museum in Nevada, Print Zero Studios in Washington, and Cabrillo Gallery and Eloise Pickard Smith Gallery in California. She holds a BFA in Studio Art, with emphasis on painting and printmaking, from the University of California at Santa Cruz. Born in Schenectady, New York and raised in Ross, California, in the San Francisco Bay Area, she currently resides and works in Northern California.