About Judy Ann Macmillan
Judy Ann MacMillan was born in St. Andrew, Jamaica. She was educated at Wolmer’s Girls’ School and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundas, Scotland. Her first solo exhibition was at the age of 21.
She has exhibited in innumerable group shows in Jamaica and abroad, the most prominent being the Caribbean Art Show at the Commonwealth Institute in London in 1986.
Judy’s early works consisted mainly of portraits. Subsequently she branched out into landscapes, urged by the overwhelming natural beauty of Jamaica. In the eighties she added still-life and flower painting to her repertoire of skills, but remained true to her love and primal root of her art, the human figure.
Deon's Daughter 
Donated by the artist, 2008