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Daniel Airam
Harold Altman
Ugo Baracco
Thomas Barbey
Richard Baumann
Alexander Befelein
Giovanni Casadei
Judith De Zanger
Jon deMartin
Steve Dreyer
Robert Farber
Marcel Favreau
Kathy Fieramosca
Ruth Franklin
Johnny Friedlaender
Arturo Garcia
Alain Gaudin
Alfred González
Tony Graham
Ellen Granter
Julie Harvey
S. Hetreau
Makie Hino
Joseph Holston
Don Hong-Oai
Laurent Hours
Pierre Jacquelin
Peter Jogo
Parish Kohanim
Armin Landeck
Martin Lewis
Hely Lima
Edwin Lynch
Eduardo Malara
Jean Michel Mathieux- Marie
Frederick Mershimer
Henry Moore
John Morfis
Pam Moxley
Pablo Picasso
Paul Plante
Dede Reed
Kaoru Saito
Gaylord Schanilec
Lynn Shaler
John Sloan
James Stewart
Marcelo Suaznabar
Joseph Sweeney
Carole Teller
Natalie Torselli
Mikio Watanabe
Marion Welch
Albeir Woda
Treacy Ziegler
Judith De Zanger

After graduating from Skidmore College and New York University, Judith worked and studied at the Artist Studio Center in New York City with Jim Youngman in a community of artists. She has also taken classes at the National Academy of Art, Parsons School of Design, The Woodstock School of Art, The Art Students League, and Marymount College. She is presently working, learning and teaching at the Educational Alliance Art School in N.Y.C. and The Woman’s Studio Center in Long Island City.

Judith’s sculptures are organic, sensual forms which reflect her love of and respect for the natural beauty of the material in which she is working. Her sculpture aims to express the “spirit”, the chi, the life force of the form and so she is constantly confronting the dialectic of form vs. spirit or matter vs. energy. She has written a book entitled “The Tao of Creativity” and her work reflects the Tao philosophy of becoming one with the wood or stone and discovering the beauty and natural harmony within. The Tao philosophy speaks of the importance of Following One’s Own Path, Listening to Intuition, Being in the Moment, Enjoying the Journey, Effortless Action, and the Importance of Nothingness or the Void. Each of these concepts is true of the sculpting process when it is experienced as a spiritual, meditative practice. Some of her sculptures correspond to specific Tao poems. Judith hopes that her work will speak to the spirit and beauty of others.


Judith De Zanger - Ur-Form
Ur-Form
11 x 4.5 x 3.5 in.  
Alabaster 
Judith De Zanger - Transcendence
Transcendence
19 x 9 x 5 in.  
Alabaster 
Judith De Zanger - Light Form
Light Form
17 x 6 x 3 in.  
Alabaster 
Judith De Zanger - A Moment in Time
A Moment in Time
12 x 12 x 3 in.  
Mahogany 

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