Having spent most of the past forty years teaching art, Judy now works from her basement studio in the centre of Rugby.
Seven years of living in India have had an enormous influence on the visual characteristics and approaches to Judy’s Ceramics.
Photography, Collage and Drawing are all used to explore subject matter – ranging from Islamic and Hindu Architecture to the close-up surfaces of walls and textiles as well as the gestures of human expression.
Visual and written resources from countless diaries and sketch books combine with an immediate and impulsive way of working with clay – responding to a piece as it is being made. This results in a diverse range of exciting and eclectic pieces.
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I was lucky enough to find myself at Fosse House Gallery a few weeks ago. The knowledgeable and friendly owner Shenac, has a wonderful eye and her creative space was packed full of delightful art and gifts. I couldn’t resist leaving without several packets of her delightful signature ‘bee’ cards. I will definitely be back.
Nikki L, near Rugby
Just to say a very big thank you for the excellent framing of our picture, and for all the helpful suggestions and ideas, and good advice – we really love the result! It looks like a totally new picture, it seems to have brought it to life. We will be back.
Ruth & Rod, near Rugby
You have done a great job of framing our Dior vintage poster – after many years we are now about to enjoy it! Excellent Jonny!! Lovely gallery, we wish you every success.
Michael C, Rugby
Just had 2 pictures framed of my artwork and am SO pleased with how professional they now look! Jonny was so helpful and took time helping me choose the right frame & knew exactly what I wanted. I’m a novice at this, but Jonny made me feel not only great for such a good job he made on framing my work, but gave my confidence a bit of a boost! Definitely bringing my artwork here again. Thanks Jonny! See you soon! Give Sox a cuddle from me.
Amanda H, Rugby
Thanks for doing such a great job with the Hockney print. It’s now hanging in the hall for all to see and looks fabulous.