Judith Greenbury is known for her travels around the country to paint piers from Eastbourne to Tenby. She has on her journey depicted the piers of Clevedon, Weston-super-Mare, Cromer and Blackpool amongst others. These works have been compiled into a publication by Sansom & Co entitled 'Piers and Seaside Towns: An Artist's Journey'.
She has had several solo exhibitions including the Alpine Gallery, London. Her work has also been seen in numerous mixed exhibitions. The Royal Academy, New English Art Club, the Royal Society of Portrait Painters and the Royal Society of British Artists are institutions which have shown her work.
Judith Greenbury has also written and illustrated two further books titled 'Spey Portrait' 1974-1989 and her memoir of Bristol artist and teacher George Sweet published in 1998. In 2003 Judith wrote and published another book 'Jeanne A Long Farewell', illustrated with many of her own paintings.