Judith Yarrow

Judith won the Ironstone Art prize in March 2024 organised by Banbury Museum for her art work ‘Secret Pool’ and her art work ‘Woodland margin moon daisies and spindle flowers’ was also shortlisted.

Click the link below to view a catalogue of prints available for sale:

Portfolio of artist’s limited edition Giclee prints for sale .
Contact me if you’re interested in buying a print.
The prints are presented in a white card mount and can be posted if required.
If you’d like it framed and live close enough you are welcome to collect from the studio .

You can find her on Instagram at judithyarrowartist.

Judith’s 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 walks. For the last year she has been one of a five Artists in residence at FarmEd, a nearby centre for regenerative and wildlife farming with events for debate and discussion around these subjects.

Her 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.

View a virtual exhibition

Oxfordshire Artweeks Lockdown virtual exhibition video 2020

Judith is pleased to partner with Wychwood Art selling contemporary art online and through their gallery in the Cotswolds.