Ornstein is an artist known for her abstract imagery and use of unusual materials. She graduated with an MFA from Yale. She’s had solo shows at Willard Gallery, Vibeke Levy Fine Art, 718 Gallery, Cirrus Gallery (curated by Richard Armstrong), and Douglas College Art Gallery. Judith has been included in group shows at Willard Gallery, The Hall BK (Exchanging Visions), Baskerville & Watson, H.F. Manes Gallery, Antoinette Torrens Gallery, Amos Eno Gallery, Kavanaugh Gallery, BWAC Gallery NYC WeCreate, Revelation Gallery and more. She has extensive interviews in Art Reveal and Alkali Art Magazines (2021). Her work has been on the cover of the Paris Review and reviewed in Artforum, Arts Magazine, LA Times, GQ, Village Voice, Vast Art, and more. She received 2 NEAs, Tiffany Foundation Award, Creative Arts Public Service Award, and Ford Foundation Grant, EcoArt blog. Her work is represented in Albright Knox Museum, Vassar College Museum, Cooper Hewitt, and more.