The paintings and sculptures of Judith Christine Mills can be found in many corporate and private collections
including those of Anne Murray, Bob Hope, The Canada Council for the Arts, The Edmonton Art Gallery, The City of Toronto Art
Collection, The Toronto Board of Education, The Hospital for Sick Children, Kodak Canada, Reader's Digest, The Cornwall Centre
(City of Regina), Esso Resources and Shell Oil.
depict the universal elements of family life, community, work and sociability that create a strong response of recognition
and human kinship, and have been described as :"great conveyors of mood" (The Globe and Mail), "earthy"
(Maclean's Magazine),"oozing with character" (The National Post), "simple, rich, clourful, uncluttered"
(Quill and Quire) and "possessing a strange beauty and energy" (Indigo Books).
is also an internationally recognized children's book author and illustrator. Her picture books and novels have garnered a
number of awards and honours and have been translated into German, Danish, Italian, Korean, Japanese and Russian. Memberships
include The Canadian Society of Children's Authors, Illustrators and Performers, The Writer's Union of Canada and The Medallic
Art Society of Canada.