Judson Huss

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Judson Huss
Born Clifford Judson Huss
May 8, 1942
Durham, North Carolina, United States
Died July 25, 2008(2008-07-25) (aged 66)
Paris, France
Known for Painting, sculpting, design
Movement Fantastic art

Judson Huss (8 May 1942 – 25 July 2008), born Clifford Judson Huss, was an American-born painter and sculptor of fantastic art.

Born in Durham, North Carolina,[1] he later moved with his family to Los Angeles, California where he began to study art. He was also a rock musician, playing guitar and bass with many bands, including Smith.[2] He relocated to Paris in the mid 1970s, where he began to paint full-time. He was represented by the Morpheus Gallery, and through that gallery published River of Mirrors (1996), a retrospective book of his art.

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