Judith Peck is a sculptor and Professor Emerita of Art at Ramapo (State) College of New Jersey. Her work is in over 80 public and private collections including the Yale Art Gallery, the Ghetto Fighters Museum in Israel, and in libraries, temples, college campuses, and corporate offices.
Dr. Peck's sculpture and the books she authored reflect her interest in the human condition, individually and globally. Descriptions about her books on art techniques, parenting, children's picture books, and fiction can be seen on https://www.iapbooks.com. Her commitment to human rights extends to her 42-year career as a tenured professor at Ramapo where she instituted a program (on-going) to train college students to conduct art workshops in jails, homes for abused children, psychiatric centers, domestic violence shelters and nursing homes.

Other Works

  • Naked Under the Lights

  • Seeing in the Dark, Arielle’s Story

  • Sculpture as Experience 2nd Edition

  • The Bright Blue Button and the Button-Hole

  • Art Activities for Mind and Imagination

  • Artistic Crafts” Invented Creations with Cast-offs

  • Smart Starts in the Arts

  • Runaway Piggy Bank

  • Leap to the Sun: Learning Through Dynamic Play


Awards and Recognition

  • Mom's Choice Awards: Smart Starts in the Arts: Fostering Intelligence, Creativity and Serenity in the Early Years.
  • Mom's Choice Awards: Runaway Piggy Bank

Press and Media Mentions