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“Your Way” is a part of my “Way Series” of paintings. The theme is concerned with having responsibility for our directions or lack of directions in life. This series of paintings appears to give the viewer instructions about which directions to follow when looking at the work, whilst simultaneously challenging them to choose to view the work their own way. With opportunities to change direction along the way giving the viewer multiple directions and choices. No way is right or wrong - go your own way. The multitude of choices reflects ones that we are all currently facing in our daily lives, that are constantly changing falling apart and reforming along the way. We need to know our way in order to stay sane and functioning in a multi faceted and constantly realigning society (Of the internet age and political change.) Do the paintings represent my way? Can they also represent your way at the same time? We are all on this earth together ultimately traveling the same way towards the same end.
Painting:Acrylic on Canvas
Size:11.8 W x 9.8 H x 0.6 D in
Ready to Hang:Not applicable
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During the pandemic Judith has being working on a residency for nobarkingaRt producing monoprints about self-isolation how we can all find community within isolation during COVID-19. More recently she has started to combine these prints with photographs taken in London during lockdown Judith did a BA in fine art at Central St Martins and an MA at New Mexico State University, combining the latter with teaching. Since 1980 she has been prolific as an artist, exhibiting in UK and overseas, has her work in various collections and completed public works of art for South Bank University London and Peckham Library. She has been a cartoonist: for the cult magazine Duck Soup; with a regular strip in The Sun in the 1980s; as editorial cartoonist for New Humanist magazine in the 2000s; and as cartoonist in residence at UCL Hospital 2015. Her work was included in The Inking Women book on important UK female cartoonists. She has contributed to the eBook Drawing the Coronavirus to raise funds for the Cartoon Museum London Was a radio presenter on Women’s Radio Station’s Open Discussion Programme, has performed standup comedy since 2015.
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