“Painting is like a conversation with myself, like a brush mark, swipe or scrape of the palette knife, relating to the next mark or perhaps akin to a composer finding each note, part of a harmony, or a sequence of notes and to the whole symphony of colour and sound”. Judy Buxton, 2018
Judy has produced a beautiful collection of still-lifes of delicate flowers and stunning landscapes for her upcoming exhibition at Thackeray Gallery. Judy is celebrated for her bold and vigorous use of painterly canvasses of light and reflection that evoke a strong physical sense, each stroke defining something crucial in the composition and balance of the work.
Over the years, Judy has received numerous awards and reviews, student prizes including the David Murray Travel Scholarship and the prestigious Sir Cyril Sweet Prize, for which she received the honour of the Freedom of the City of London. Judy Buxton has been exhibiting with Thackeray Gallery, London since 2008, as well as widely in the UK, throughout her career. Her work can be seen in many Private, Public and Corporate Collections worldwide.