Judith Pond Kudlow is a realist painter working mainly with the still life. She was born in Whitefish Montana.
Judith attended the college of William and Mary. She also studied at the Art Students League of New York, the National Academy of Art and the School of Visual Arts.
She currently keeps a studio in East Harlem where she also has started her own atelier which is named the Harlem Studio of Art. She has appeared in several art magazines.
Judith has recently made a DVD about the sight size method. The video below is a short excerpt from it.
In 1986, she married economist, television personality and newspaper columnist Larry Kudlow. In 1990, Larry entered a “twelve step program” to deal with his addiction to drugs and alcohol. While on the program he converted to Catholicism under the guidance of Father John McCloskey.
As a speaker at the Silver Hill Hospital Gala on Wednesday, he spoke about his decades long struggle as a recovering addict. To this day he still attends AA meetings at Silver Hill. He also credits his “wonderful wife” and her support for being sober for over 17 years.