Judy Stabile was born in Los Angeles, 1953. Her paintings and sculptures are exhibited in many private and corporate collections.  Her work has been shown in New York, London, Paris, Taiwan, Japan and her native state of California, among other locations.

Stabile attended Chouinard Art Institute from 1969-1972.  Her works were first influenced by the light and space movement.  While attending Chouinard and living in downtown Los Angeles, she apprenticed with established artists Ed Ruscha and Larry Bell.

 

In 1973, after several years sharing studio space in downtown Los Angeles with fellow artist Jack Goldstein, Stabile moved to her Venice California studio.   In the mid-1970s, she began experimenting with surface and light using spray paint and reversing her geometric abstraction works onto glass and Mylar, later adding reflective materials including gold, silver, and copper leaf.

 

Stabile has been well-established in the art world since her first solo exhibition at the now legendary Molly Barnes La Cienega Gallery in 1982.  She is known for her use of luminous colors and creating robust geometric interplay using the cone, triangle and cylinder. While continuing to expand her iconic cone series she is now creating a collection of purely instinctual works on glass using aluminum powder, enamel, and lacquered inks.  Her cylinder paintings were recently exhibited at the Art Miami Art Expo.

 

Stabile now works out of her studio in Culver City, California. “My approach to painting is instinctual,” she says. “I like colors and shapes that exist in nature.  To me, it’s all about creating an equilibrium and integrating that geometric interplay with emotional and sensual expression.”

SELECTED COLLECTIONS AND COMMISSIONS

ARCO Corp. – Denver, Colorado

Bird, Marella, APC – Century City California

Borgata Hotel – Atantic City, New Jersey

Brownstein, Hyatt, Farber – Denver, Colorado

Centre Partners – New York, New York

Cedars – Sinai Medical Ctr. – Los Angeles, California

Charles E. Smith Companies – Washington, D.C.

Greene, Broilett & Wheeler – Santa Monica, California

GTE Headquarters – (Lakeview Building) – Thousand Oaks, California

Herbal Life international – Manhattan Beach, California

Hewlett Packard – London, England

Hewlett Packard – Rosewood, California.

Hyatt Regency Hotel – Paris, France

Hughes Aircraft – Los Angeles, California

Hunton And Williams – Los Angeles California

Imperial Savings – San Francisco, California

Irving / Almo Music – Hollywood, California

Jerry Lewis Films, Inc. – Las Vegas, Nevada

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Art Council – Limited Edition

London Contemporary Art – London, England

Luckman Fine Art Collection – Los Angeles, California

McKinsey & Company – Los Angeles, California

Morrow Meadows Corporation – Santa Fe Springs, California

Murad – Manhattan Beach, California

Newmeyer & Dillion – Newport Beach, California

Pali Capital – New York, New York

Payden and Rygel – Los Angeles, California

Phillips, Lerner & Lauzon – Los Angeles, California

Ricks & Ray Partners, LLC – New York, New York

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line – Miami, Florida

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line – Norway

Sid R. Bass Associates, LP – Fort Worth, Texas

Spago – Beverly Hills, California

Star Princess Museum Collection – New York, New York

Steptoe & Johnson – Los Angeles, California

Tradewinds Global Investment – New York, New York

Trident Capital – Los Angeles, California

Columbia / Tri Star Pictures – Century City, California

Trust Company West – Los Angeles, California

Visa Corp. – Denver, Colorado

Warner Bros. Music – Burbank, California

Xerox Corp. – Dallas, Texas

Zagat – New York, New York

PUBLICATIONS

Italian Architectural Digest; (Photo) ‘Suite of Birds’ January 2004, California Homes,

Cover, February 2003; Home and Architectural Trends, (Photo) p.64, Volume 18, No.

2; 2002 Architecture, (Photo) ‘Birds’ Powered Up’ Roto Commission; Reges / Carlson

Breakout House, Feb.1998 Macomber, Bill; Art Talk, Gender Bias in Art; 1998

Architectural Digest: ‘Landmark Los Angeles Homes’ Lloyd Wright, Michael Webb; July

1995 History of Chouinard Art Institute: Robert Perine 1989 Designers West: ‘Life Works with Judy Stabile’ Sept. 1984 Designers West: (Photo) ‘Danny’ 1984 Lasarow,

Bill; Art Scene; 1984; 1989 Pincus, Robert; Los Angeles Times; 1982; 1983

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2014

Melissa Morgan Fine Art / Palm Desert, California

2013

KM Fine Arts / Chicago, Illinois

Art Miami / Miami, Florida

2008 -2011

Melissa Morgan Fine Art / Palm Desert, California

2004

Skidmore Contemporary Art / Los Angeles, California

2002

Skidmore Contemporary Art / Los Angeles, California

2001

Oceanside Museum of Art – Group Show / Oceanside, California

Skidmore Contemporay Art / Los Angeles, California

2000

Skidmore Contemporary Art / Los Angeles, California

1999

Skidmore Contemporary Art / Los Angeles, California

1998

L.A. Current, UCLA – Armand Hammer Gallery Diane Nelsen Fine Art / Laguna Beach, California

1997

Female Perspective, UCLA – Armand Hammer Gallery Diane Nelsen Fine Art / Laguna Beach, California

1996

Diane Nelsen Fine Art / Laguna Beach, California

Deanna Miller Fine Art / Santa Monica, California

1995

Valerie Miller Fine Art / Palm Desert, California

Deanna Miller Fine Art / Santa Monica, California

1994

Valerie Miller Fine Art / Palm Desert, California

1993

Valerie Miller Fine Art / Palm Desert, California

1992

Light and Space – Valerie Miller Fine Art / Palm Desert, California

1991

Valerie Miller Fine Art / Palm Desert, California

Trans America Pyramid / San Francisco, California

1990

The Works Gallery / Costa Mesa, California

1989

The Works Gallery / Costa Mesa, California

California Eclectic – Trans America Pyramid / San Fransisco, California

1987

Bank of Los Angeles / Hollywood, California

1984

Molly Barnes / Los Angeles, California

1983

L.A. Six, Gensler and Associates / Los Angeles, California

1982

Molly Barnes / Los Angeles, California

Carl Bornstein Gallery / Santa Monica, California

1981

’24 From Los Angeles’ – Barnsdall Municipal Gallery / Los Angeles, California

1979

Carter – Sarkin Gallery / Los Angeles, California