Judithe Hernández (born 1948 in Los Angeles) is a Chicana artist and a founding member of the Chicano Art movement and the Los Angeles Mural movement. She first received acclaim in the 1970s as a muralist. Hernández has lived both in Chicago, Illinois and Los Angeles. In 1974, she became the "fifth member", and only woman, in Los Four, an influential East Los Angeles Chicano artist collective, along with Gilbert Luján, Carlos Almaraz, Frank E. Romero, and Roberto de la Rocha.
In 2011, her contributions to art were honored in the Getty Foundation sponsored arts initiative, Pacific Standard Time: Los Angeles Art 1945-1980. Hernández’s was among a select group of artists whose work was exhibited in several different PST exhibitions. She was also featured in a public television documentary, and an installation about Los Angeles murals at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. In 2012, she was one of the artists who helped inaugurate the new América Tropical Interpretive Center honoring the Mexican master David Alfaro Siqueiros and his mural masterpiece. She has recently been the recipient of the prestigious C.O.L.A. Fellowship (City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship) for 2013.