2006 – present: Full time artist/creative writer
2016: Critic, Golden Ticket winner, COTA Every Generation Festival '16
2008 – 11: President, Marion Writers Inc, South Australia
2006: Doctor of Philosophy (Fine Art), Monash University, Victoria
1994: Master of Arts (Visual Arts), Monash University, Vic
1986 – 2000: Lecturer, South Australian School of Art, University of South Australia
1982 - 86: Treasurer, Contemporary Art Society Print Workshop
1980: Bachelor of Education (Printmaking), Adelaide CAE
1975 – 86: Art teacher, SA High Schools – Thebarton, Seaton, Taperoo & Mercedes College, Springfield
1974 – 75: Travelled across Asia, The Middle East, Europe. Lived in London, Italy. English Teacher – Oxford School of English, Treviso, Italy
1971 – 73: Art teacher, SA High Schools – Gladstone, Kapunda, Riverton, Woodville
1971: Diploma of Art Teaching, South Australian School of Art
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2022: SKY, Archive Photographs, August, Online
2021: June ~ Tracing Time, Online
2020: Mystic Horizon, SALA (South Australian Living Artists) Festival, Online
2006: Memo~re:arc, Art and Design Faculty Gallery, Monash University, Vic
2003: Poetic Simulations – Deep Blue, Gallery M, Marion Cultural Centre, SA
1999: SCENSE, Main Street Editions: Works on Paper Gallery, Hahndorf, SA
1995: Luminescence, North Adelaide School of Art Gallery, SA
1994: Reality & its Shadow, Switchback Gallery, Monash University, Vic
1991: Coastal Reflections, Greenhill Galleries, North Adelaide, SA
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Bruton, Dean, 1984. The CAS Print Workshop: A Portfolio of Artists’ Prints, Adelaide, Empire Times Press.
Cameron-Wilson, Shirley. 1988. From Shadow into Light: South Australian Women Artists Since Colonisation. Adelaide: Delmont.
Campbell, Lance. 1999. Where the Landscape Talks. City Limits, September.
Dutkiewicz, Adam. 1995. New Age meets Tradition. The Advertiser, 24 May 1995.
________. 1999. Making Scense. The Advertiser, 18 August 1999.
________. 2003. Sense & Sensuality: The Art of Judith Bruton. Imprint 38, no.4: 3.
________. 2003. Catalogue essay, Poetic Simulations – Deep Blue, Adelaide.
Germaine, Max. 1991. Dictionary of Women Artists of Australia, Roseville, NSW: Craftsman House.
Grishen, Sasha. 1997. Australian Printmaking in the 1990s Artist Printmakers 1990 – 1995. Roseville, NSW: Craftsman House.
Neylon, John. 1995. Customary Good Taste. The Adelaide Review, June.
________. 2004. Catalogue essay, Open Borders. Adelaide: Fleurieu Peninsular Biennale Inc.
________. 2003. Opposing Views, The Adelaide Review, October.
Redman, Joy. 1985. CAS Print Workshop. The first four years. Torrensville, SA: Stallard and Potter.
BY THE ARTIST