Haliburton School of The Arts
Judith Dingle is a full-time textile artist. Since 1978 her work has been exhibited in solo and group shows in Canada, the US, Europe, New Zealand, Japan, and Taiwan. She is well known for her architecturally scaled quilted wall hangings and textile constructions commissioned for residential and corporate interiors. Corporate clients include Seiko, Xerox, Rolex, Bristol Place Hotel, C-I-L, Extendicare, and a 15' x 8' silk donor quilt for the Yee Hong Wellness Foundation. Her work is also located in many public collections such as the Textile Museum of Canada in Toronto, the Claridge Bronfman Collection in Montreal and the National Museum of Civilization in Ottawa, as well as in private homes throughout the world. She has won acclaim and awards for her work, including Canada Council and Ontario Arts Council awards and her flat and constructed quilts have been widely published in magazines and books such as The Art Quilt by Robert Shaw. Judith is a respected teacher and lecturer who has taught extensively for over 25 years and is known for providing a supportive atmosphere for development and exploration.