Judy Schroeder is a recognized painter and author whose career has spanned several decades. She opened Schroeder Studio Gallery in April 1998 and has since expanded it to represent the work of more than 100 studios. In 2003, the adjacent space was acquired for art studio and classroom use.
Over the years Judy has studied with notable watercolorists including Roger Armstrong, Rex Brandt, Gerald Brommer, Keith Crown, Millard Sheets, Robert E. Wood and Milford Zornes. Her primary subject matter is the landscape preferably painted on location. In addition to painting in the United States, Judy has traveled to England, France, Italy, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Western Samoa, and French Polynesia.
Judy’s work has been featured in both individual and group exhibitions, and is collected by both private collectors and corporations. She was one of 17 artists selected worldwide to pen a chapter for Work Small, Learn Big: Sketching with Pen & Watercolor, a book published by International Artist Magazine in 2003. In 2006, at the invitation of the Orange Public Library Foundation, Judy created 13 paintings representing the history of Orange for the new main library History Walk. She is currently collaborating with author Elisabeth Deffner on a publication of a book that explores the history of early schoolhouses throughout Southern California.
Judy received a B.A. with a Special Secondary Credential in Art from the University of Redlands.