"Specific location has been crucial to my most recent work which has evolved dramatically from small-scale pieces that focus on my sensory experiences of a landscape, to larger scale work in a subdued palette with reductive details and simplified structural planes. I regard my work as evocative meditations on time and duration as well as the themes of personal and historical memory.The details I omitt are as significant as what has remained, emerging patterns of abstract areas, blocks of colour and sometimes bare canvas, which all need to be evaluated and edited for the sake of the overall composition, becoming it's own, embodying a sense of place, self-dictating, and striving towards a beauty that is right."

From an interview with Judith for ' Painting Perecptions '


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