The Royal Ulster Academy, 137th Annual Exhibition, The Ulster Museum, Belfast, 19th October 2018 to 6th January 2019.
About the artist:
Judith works in a variety of media, including watercolours, acrylics, coloured pencils and printmaking, with one medium often feeding off another. Her art is largely based around women, with simple scenes of everyday life: a walk with the dog, a quiet moment with a young child. Having lived in Chile for almost a decade, a search for identity and belonging is also a common theme throughout. She exhibits regularly in several galleries in Northern Ireland and has had work selected for several prestigious annual shows, including a first this year with The Society of Women Artists, in London’s Mall Galleries. Others include the prestigious Sunday Times Watercolour Competition, twice with the Royal Watercolour Society’s Contemporary Watercolour Competition, and the Royal Ulster Academy’s 2018 and 2014 annual exhibitions in Belfast, (shortlisted 2015 and 2016). She became a member of the Ulster Society of Women Artists in March 2016, and her painting, “High Tea,” won the New Member Lily Davies Award. Judith is also a Silver status member of the UKCPS, (United Kingdom Coloured Pencil Society), having been selected for the open international exhibition five years running since she joined. Her work has been sold to private collectors worldwide. A wide range of contemporaries and past masters inspire the artist, as well as her love of pattern, vintage and retro.
The artist’s studio/gallery, The BlackSheep, which she shares with her husband, Hernán Farías, of HFPhotography, offers viewing by appointment, as well as some workshops, special exhibitions and events throughout the year. She also has a small collection of work from other Irish artists for sale there. You can follow the gallery on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with what’s on. (Link to site and address in Contact).
Some of her smaller original works, as well as giclée prints and art cards of a selection of paintings, and now also highly collectable painted stones from beaches around Ireland, are also available for sale worldwide through her Etsy and Folksy online shops. (See Etsy or Store link for more details). A few larger pieces are now also available through SaatchiArt. To request a price on a particular piece, or information regarding the galleries who regularly exhibit her work, please contact the artist.
Please do NOT use any of the images here under any circumstances, without the prior consent and knowledge of the artist. All of Judith’s work is copyright protected.
© Judith Logan 2018