Being the only daughter of post war Guernsey/Channel Island emigrants, Judith Duquemin was born in Brisbane, Australia where she currently lives and works. Following a career in health and education, Judith relocated to Sydney where she completed
a BVA Hons (1995), MVA Research (2000) and a PhD (2004) at the University of Sydney. Her grants and awards include an Australia Council New Work Grant (1996), a 3.5 year Australian Postgraduate Award (2001–2003), and the Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Travelling
Artist Scholarship (2004 - 2006).
From 2005 to 2018, Judith travelled throughout Europe, and United States to conduct her artist research as a geometric, structural, systematic painter at international museums, galleries and artist residencies
such as: Cité Internationale des Arts/Paris, GlogauAir/Berlin, Sincresis/Florence and Great Western Studios/London. Judith has staged over 28 solo exhibitions and 62 group exhibitions in Australia, England, Netherlands, France, Germany, Poland, Italy,
Judith appeared in the (2012) international art documentary "Lignes et Paysages" produced by 60 Degrees Productions, France. In 2017 she was commissioned by the School of Psychology to create paintings for a largescale facade
graphic for the University of New South Wales, Australia. She curated "Constructive Reductive", an international exhibition of multidisciplinary constructive art at POP Gallery, Griffith University, Australia in 2020. She was a guest artist for the 2021 "Covimetry
Virtual Online Panel" directed by Mark Starel/Discursive Geometry Movement, Lodz, Poland, hosted by Suzan Shutan for the Ely Center of Contemporary Art, New Haven, Connecticut, United States.
Collections: Artbank/AU, NSW Bar Association/AU,
School of Psychology UNSW/AU, and public and private collections.