Her paintings are inspired by walking, often in wild and remote places. Her subject matter includes small Islands, looking down from high mountains and cliff tops that give space and height, views of ridges and valleys and far horizons. Light and dark are constant themes in her work.
Recently Judith has worked on themes closer to home – allotments, beehives, woods and local dog walks.
Judith’s work is an exploration of the way different media interact with different surfaces and with each other. She works with acrylics, oils, watercolours, pastels, inks, pens and with different textured papers applied to and worked into the paintings. Each painting feels like an experiment, an exploration of materials and place, which often extends to bookmaking.
I am pleased to partner with Wychwood Art selling contemporary art online and through their gallery in the Cotswolds.