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Judith-Ann Saks, American artist. Recipient art awards including: 1st prize for water color Art League Houston, 1969, 1st prize for graphics, 1969, 1st prize for sculpture, 1968, 1stplace award for original print, Daughters of the American Revolution, American Heritage Committee, 1987.

Background

Saks, Judith-Ann was born on December 20, 1943 in Anniston, Alabama, United States. Daughter of Julien David and Lucy-Jane (Watson) Saks.

Education

Student, Texas Academy Art, 1958. Student, Museum Fine Arts, Houston, 1962. Student, Rice University, 1962.

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Tulane University, 1966. Postgraduate, University Houston, 1967.

Career

One-man shows include: Alley Gallery, Houston, 1969, 2131 Gallery, Houston, 1969. Group shows include: Birmingham (Alabama) Museum, 1967, Meinhard Galleries, Houston, 1977. Galerie Barbizon, Houston, 1980, Park Crest Gallery, Austin, 1981.

Represented in permanent collections including: L.B. Johnson Manned Space Museum, Clear Lake City, Texas, Harris County Heritage Museum, Windsor Castle, London, Smithsonian Institution, Washington: commissions include: Pin Oak Charity Horse Show Association, Roberts S.S. Agency, New Orleans, Cruiser Houston Memorial Rm., U. Houston. Curator student art collection U. Houston, 1968-1972. Artist American Revolution Bicentennial project Port of Houston Authority, 1975-1976.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Alley Gallery, Houston, 1969, 2131 Gallery, Houston, 1969. Group shows include Birmingham (Alabama) Museum, 1967, Meinhard Galleries, Houston, 1977, Galeire Barbizon, Houston, 1980, Park Crest Gallery, Austin, 1981, Margolis Gallery, 2005-2006. Represented in permanent collections at L.B. Johnson Manned Space Museum, Clear Lake City, Texas, Harris County Heritage Museum, Windsor Castle, Smithsonian Institution, Houston Maritime Museum.

      Commissions include Pin Oak Charity Horse Show Association, Roberts S.S. Agency, New Orleans, Cruiser Houston Memorial Room, University Houston. Contributor popular magazines.

Membership

Member Art League Houston, Houston Museum Fine Arts, Daughters of the American Revolution (chapter curator 1983-1985, 93-95, 2007-2009, recording secretary 2001-2003, library 2003-2005, counselor, 2005-2007, chaplain, since 2009, Texas Best Chapter Chairman award 2003, 06, Texas award for art 2003, Texas State 1st prize acrylic 2004, 2005, Texas Certified award for acrylic 2006), Daughters Republic of Texas, Magna Charta Dames, Colonial Dames America, Jamestowne Society, Daughters American Colonists.

Connections

Married Haskell Irvin Rosenthal, December 22, 1974. 1 child, Brian Julien.

father:
Julien David Saks

mother:
Lucy-Jane (Watson) Saks

spouse:
Haskell Irvin Rosenthal

child:
Brian Julien Saks