Collecting Their Thoughts: Two Women Reception

Tuesday 26 January 2016

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Collecting Their Thoughts: Two Women

Thursday 23 July 2015

J udith will be exhibiting her terracotta sculptures from Oct 7–Nov 1, 2015 at the A.P.E. Gallery, 126 Main Street, Northampton, MA 01060 ( There is an opening reception Oct 9, 6-8 PM.

The show is titled “Collecting Their Thoughts: Two Women.”
It will be a joint show of Judith’s sculptures, “A Delicate Balance,” and Rochelle Shicoff’s paintings, ‘After The Leaves Have Fallen; Muslim Women And Their Traditions.”

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Tuesday 16 August 2011

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Judith Inglese grew up in New York City. From an early age she loved working with her hands and wanted to be an artist. With the encouragement of her parents, she explored various media: wood and welded sculpture, glass and metal screens and off loom tapestries. While still a teenager, she worked as a freelance toy designer for her father Frank Caplan, an early childhood educator and toy maker. Later, she designed covers for children's records.

But her love of clay, with which she played as a young child, led her to ceramic murals. Tile making was a way of working incrementally, while fabricating larger artworks that could be incorporated into public spaces and buildings.

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