Judy Lampe lives in Enfield, New Hampshire. She studied painting and art history at Mount Holyoke College and traveled extensively in her early adult years, including a two-year residency in Kyoto Japan. Originally a watercolorist, Judy has worked in printmaking since the mid nineties, evolving her nature-sourced approach and absorbing techniques learned from Brian Cohen, Betsey Garand, Elizabeth Mayor, Jim Stroud, Peter Pettengill and others. Her primary media are intaglio and relief etching, photoetching, mezzotint and monoprint.
Judy is a founding Artist Member and Board Member of Two Rivers and has participated in the publication of 4 portfolios of work by studio artists and faculty. She has shown individually and in two person shows at AVA Gallery; Two Rivers Printmaking Studio; New Hampton School; The Society for New Hampshire Forests and in juried and invitational regional shows. In 2010 she was invited by the Hood Museum to show a series of state proofs and copper plates for gallery display in “The Artful Disposition of Shades: The Great Age of English Mezzotints.” Her work was also shown at The Hood in 2012 as part of The Wise Collection.
Her work can be seen at McGowan Fine Art in Concord, NH, Long River Studios in Lyme, NH and at Two Rivers Printmaking Studio.