paintings often explore interior and exterior spaces or contemplate single
objects. These spaces and objects, rooted in the real world, are constructed
from observation and memory and tend to be devoid of context. Her painting
process, involving the application and removal of successive layers of paint is
part of her search to find equilibrium between the real and the imagined. She
is attracted to the geometry in a subject and uses colour and composition to
help create a sense of emotion and atmosphere.
Judith North (b.Bristol, England) is an artist living and working in London. She graduated in fine art from the Sir John Cass School of Art and Design, London, having originally studied art history and mathematics.