Judy Garb Weiss is a Boston born, Harvard educated, Australia trained artist. She completed her Fine Arts degree at the National Art School in Sydney, where she resides and has her studio.

Judy’s practice is a confluence of the metaphysical and the surreal. At their core, her works explore the essence of things. When she applies her own internal prism, seemingly mundane subjects take on an unexpected, often ambiguous cast.

Within this framework, each of her collections is the exploration of a central idea realized through a unifying aesthetic. After several iterations of charcoal, graphite and ink drawings, Judy creates intimate, easel-size oil paintings to be contemplated at close range.

Since she began exhibiting in 2007, Judy has been in three solo and two group exhibitions and has been selected as a finalist in four national competitions. She has been represented by two longstanding Sydney art galleries, Charles Hewitt and Eva Breuer, until their owners retired. Her work is held in major Australian collections, as well as by private collectors in the U.S, Britain and France.



BFA, National Art School, Sydney, Australia (Painting), 2005

Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, B.A. (Hons.); MBA


2015  Berrima Art Space, group exhibition

2013 Eva Breuer Gallery, And This Too, solo exhibition

2010 Charles Hewitt Gallery , Things As They Are, solo exhibition

2009 Charles Hewitt Gallery, group exhibition

2008 Charles Hewitt Gallery, group exhibition

2008 Sullivan+Strumpf Fine Art, Chrysalis, group exhibition

2008 National Art School, Darlinghurst, “Drawcard 08” group exhibition

2007 United States Consulate Residence , solo exhibition

2006 National Art School, Darlinghurst, “Drawcard 06” group exhibition

2005 National Art School, Degree Show, Cell Block Gallery (juried)

2003 Global Gallery, Paddington, group exhibition


Macquarie Bank Ltd.

Allens Collection

The late Margaret Olley Collection (now dispersed)

Private Collections in Australia, UK, France, United States


Finalist, Mosman Art Prize, 2012

Finalist, Mosman Art Prize, 2010

Finalist, Mosman Art Prize, 2009 (acquired by Margaret Olley)

Finalist, EMSLA (Eutick Memorial Still Life Award), 2008

Art History & Theory Prize, National Art School, 2005