Amy Judd’s Paintings

Amy Judd, a London based artist, takes her inspiration from the enchanting, imaginative relationship between women and animals found in traditional mythologies and stories from around the world. Amy’s paintings are sensitive moments between anonymous women and a bird or maybe a woman faceless and half-bird… The composition and positioning of subject create a curious result which summon a new mythological world where feathers and nudity are symbols of purity, a world of finesse and eternal moments. There is something surreal in her paintings, a remembrance of The Woman with a Head of Roses from Dali….?

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