Judy Fox is a ceramic sculptor who lives and works in New York. As an undergraduate she studied sculpture at Yale and Skowhegan, then received a Masters in Art History and Conservation from the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU. She now teaches at the New York Academy of Art, where she is a Senior Critic. Fox started showing in the East Village in 1985, pioneering painted figuration with her nude children. Since then has participated in numerous private and public exhibitions around the US, and Europe. Her many awards include two from the National Endowment for the Arts, and 1 each from the “Anonymous Was a Woman” foundation, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the National Academy of Design. She is a 2006 fellow of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation and a 2009 fellow of the New York Foundation for the Arts. Most recent solo exhibitions have been at PPOW Gallery, NY; The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu; and Ace Gallery, Beverly Hills. She has been the subject of many reviews and articles, including features in Where Women Create (2018), New Ceramics (2015), O Magazine (2012), Sculpture Review (2010), Artnet (2007), and Art in America (2000).