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Judy Ann MacMillan
Born December 3rd 1945 in St. Andrew, Jamaica. Daughter of Dudley G. MacMillan, Businessman & Vida J. Fullerton-Macmillan (both deceased).
She received a Diploma of Art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee, Scotland.
She had her 1st one-man show at the age of only 21 year old.
18 one-person shows starting first in 1966; Group exhibitions, both local & foreign; Participated in Caribbean Focus Exhibition at Commonwealth Institute in London 1986; with Cadien & Pearson Georgi Gallery Berkley, California 1993; Pastel Drawings, State Galley 1994; Albert & Judy, Two Painters, One Heart, State Gallery 1994, with Albert Huie under Auspices of the French Embassy 1994; Private Views at Artist’s Kingston Studio 1999; also 2001, 2002, 2003; Produced book Albert Huie, The father of Jamaican Painting, written by Edward Lucie-Smith and published by Ian Randle Publishers 2000; First book on work published 2004 – “My Jamaica” the paintings of Judy MacMillan with an introduction by Edward Lucie-Smith published by MacMillan Publishers, London.
MacMillan’s work was included in a major international group show mounted at the Albe Marle Gallery in London in 2005 called “What is Realism?” curated by Edward Lucie-Smith and is in the collection of Women Art at New Hall, the University of Cambridge. In 2006 she exhibited in “A Taste of the Caribbean”, St. James Gallery, Barbados. And the Dharma Studio, Coconut Grove, Miami, where her next show was also held in 2007.
Here earlier works consisted mainly of portraits, but later she moved to painting Landscapes and Still Life.
The Primal root of her art is the human figure.
· Bronze Medal, Festival Exhibition (1969)
· First Prize, Annual National Exhibition, Institute of Jamaica.
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