The most significant aspect of my work examines how paintings and sculptures function as things in motion and how they forge human networks and shared connections across economic boundaries. The laborious act of making connects me to the working class. However, my continued control over the distribution of the products of my labor
places me in a different category. My interest lies in how a working artist straddles both worlds and how this might suggest a bridge between labor and capital.

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS (*indicates solo show)
Painting Can Be A Vampire. University of Texas, San Antonio
Back and Forth: Thinking in Paint, John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL
*Judy Rushin: Solar Paintings, Clayton Staples Gallery, Wichita, KS
Place Names The Place, University Gallery, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti MI
Co-Lab, Austin, TX
*Between Us: Judy Rushin &, Flashpoint Gallery, Washington, DC
Making Now: Open For Engagement, Florida State University, Curator Carolyn Henne
It Varies, The Storefront Gallery. Chicago, IL
*Tribute Album, ThreeWalls, Chicago, IL
Terrain Biennial, Terrain Project Space, Oak Park, IL
Hackers and Painters (2-person with Joelle Dietrick). Alexander Brest Museum. Jacksonville, FL
*Interrabang, Nabit Gallery, University of the South, Sewanee, TN
*Carapace, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL
*The Secret Social Life of Painting, Co-Lab Projects, Austin, TX
*Modular Works, N-Space, Austin, TX
(e)merge Art Fair Solo Exhibition Platform Capitol Skyline Hotel, Washington, DC
The Non-I Protects the I, (three-person exhibition with Joelle Dietrick and Meg Mitchell) Soho20 Chelsea Gallery, New York, NY.
Conspectus: 2012, Co-Lab Projects, Austin, TX
Southern, Athens Institute for Contemporary Art, Athens, GA
*Fever Meditations, Landmark Arts Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
*Any Noun Can Be Verbed, Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe College, Gainesville, FL
Small Pieces Loosely Joined, Kiang Projects, Atlanta, GA
Witness To Creativity, Florida Museum For Women Artists, Deland, FL.
*The Weight of Instability, University Art Gallery, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS
*Concealment Drawings, Rosewood Gallery, Kettering, OH
Sub Terrain Work: Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI
15th Annual International Exhibition, Soho20 Chelsea, New York, NY
Mission Accomplished: Hand-to-Hand, Chaffee Art Center, Burlington, VT
Selections From the Permanent Collection. Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA

Vanderbilt University Heard Library, Special Collections
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Kohler Art Library
Miami University Library, Special Collections
Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Godine Library, Artists Book Collection
Baylor University Libraries, Special Collections
Cal Poly Kennedy Library, Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
University of Utah, Marriott Library, Special Collections
University of Florida, Smathers Library, Special Collections
University of Southern California, Doheny Library, Special Collections

Studios At MASS MoCA
Virginia Center For the Creative Arts
Threewalls, Chicago, IL
Hambidge Center

Comprehensive Emergency Services Center. Large hanging sculpture in lobby, intalling March 2015

Galleries: ‘Anything Sacred,’ ‘Float,’ ‘Friends with Benefits,’ ‘Between Us’. Jenkins, M., Washington Post. Retrieved from
Talking Heads: Joelle Dietrick and Judy Rushin, June 2013. Dietrick, J., Burnaway.
New American Paintings, Juried Exhibitions in Print, No.100, pp.112-115. Juror: Michael Rooks
Modular Abstraction: A Q&A with Judy Rushin. New American Paintings: Blog. Smith, M., Retrieved from
Radical Contemporaneity. McWillie, J., Athens Institute for Contemporary Art. Exhibition catalog for Southern
Links: Modern Art Notes. Blouin Art Info. Green, T., Retrieved from
Judy Rushin: "The Secret Social LIfe of Painting". Young, J. B., Orlando Weekly, 1-2. Retrieved from
A View From the Easil, Part 15. Hyperallergic. Retrieved from
Art Notes, Barratt, C., Flagpole Magazine, retrieved from
Fall Preview. Glass Tire. Retrieved from 2/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Newsletter%209-10- 12&utm_content=Newsletter%209-10- 12+CID_f9c6050228b9822354616f9f36eabb4e&utm_source=Email +marketing+software&utm_term=2012+Fall+Preview
Kiang's 'Small Pieces' Explores New Information Age. Cochran, R.D., ArtsCritic Atlanta. Retrieved from
Rosewood Gallery Presents Some Works Best Seen Up Close. Dillon, P., Dayton Dailey News. Retrieved from
Mission Accomplished. Holmes, K. A. C., & Zucker Saltz, L. C., Athens Institute for Contemporary Art, Athens, Georgia. Exhibition catalog
New American Paintings, Juried Exhibitions in Print. No.76, pp.3, 136-139 Juror: Peter Boswell
Artworks. Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA. TV talk show
Art in Freedom Park: The Beginning. Williams, S. Documentary Film
Louisiana Artists Team For Heady Show at Ruby Green. Marx, J. The Tennessean, pp.1-2
Judy Rushin: Roll tide, Atlanta Ex-pat Conveys the Wreckage of New Orleans. Feaster, F., Creative Loafing. Retrieved from

M.F.A., Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA. Major: Painting and Drawing
B.F.A., University of Georgia, Athens, GA. Major: Painting and Drawing

2008 – presentAssociate Professor of Art
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL
2006 – 2008Assistant Professor of Art
Southeastern Louisiana University
Hammond, LA