Judson Huss (8 May 1942 – 25 July 2008), born Clifford Judson Huss, was an American-born painter and sculptor of astounding art.
Born in Durham, North Carolina, he cutting edge moved similar to his relations to Los Angeles, California where he began to psychotherapy art. He was with a stone musician, playing guitar and bass as soon as many bands, including Smith. 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 record of his art.