Yudit Ecsedy, artist, jewelry maker and writer, has lived in Desert Hot Springs since 2011. She considers DHS God’s country and loves living here for the combination of healing waters, healing air and the view of Mt. San Jacinto.
She’s contributed to this community by painting two beautiful utility boxes, THE SPIRIT OF DHS, by Mission Lakes and No. Indian Canyon and at Skybourne, replicating in paint the rock, slate and mosaics on their magnificent monoliths.
She graduated from UCLA in Art History, moved back east, helped Rutgers University set up their gallery researching the provenance of paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Frick Collection in New York City.
Moving back to California, she settled in Ojai, continued developing her artistry and jewelry business and displayed and sold across the country while raising four children. She is delighted to be able to participate in the cultural and spiritual events in this community, to which she’s been coming for 45 years and of which she is now a proud resident.