About Judy Nebhut

I am a Nashville native. Growing up around lovely homes, parks and lush gardens here in this beautiful part of the country has encouraged my ever expanding interest in photography.

For nine years I have taken classes  in Nashville and at The Santa Fe Photographic Workshops. My goal now is to shoot still lifes with the aim of blurring the lines between photography and painting. Curators have suggested that my work resembles 17th Spanish century still lifes, pictured here, especially because of my love of black ink.

“She styles each frame to structure a simple elegance of light, color and composition. She is a painter in  her own right,” Anne Brown, Director of the Arts Company.


2005: 29 works shown at The LeQuire Gallery in Nashville
2005-2012: Participant in a juried National show at The Temple in Nashville.
2007: Best in Show at The Zone IX Garden Club of America meeting held in Houston. This was a competition between members of 19 garden clubs in 5 states.
2008: Best In Show at the same event.
2009: Curator’s Award at show in Atlanta at All Saints Episcopal Church.
2012: 1st Place Winner in 2-D, Temple Arts Festival. 50 artists from 19 states.

Participant in a project photographing Nashville gardens for The Garden Club of America now archived in The Archives of American Gardens at The Smithsonian Institute.


Numerous private collections. Works may also be found in several public collections: The Tennessee State Museum, The Tennessee Arts Commission, The Cornerstone Building, Belle Meade City Hall, Alive Hospice, Inc.,  and Senior Citizens.