Amy Judd

Amy Judd Artist Oil Paintings, surrealism, birds, wings, feathers, women, nude, faceless portraits.Amy Judd Artist Oil Paintings, surrealism, birds, wings, feathers, women, nude, faceless portraits.Amy Judd Artist Oil Paintings, surrealism, birds, wings, feathers, women, nude, faceless portraits.Amy Judd Artist Oil Paintings, surrealism, birds, wings, feathers, women, nude, faceless portraits.

British born Amy Judd creates elegant, feminine pieces inspired by traditional folklore & mythology, exploring the enchanting relationship between women & nature, as told through these age old tales.

Clusters of wings & feathers emerge from female forms, enveloping their bodies and concealing their faces like a feathery armour, but these are not frail, delicate creatures. Her work effortlessly combines both softness, and strength. Subjects are painted with hazy brush strokes, soft colours and delicate little details but they have a carefree, feminine strength to their poses, grabbing & holding your attention immediately. Just as a birds fragile wing conceals it’s hidden power of flight, of freedom, these pieces seem to speak of the inner strength in every women behind the softness.

There is definitely a touch of surrealism about her pieces too, and they remind me a lot of Magritte‘s work, in both the technique, with it’s soft focus realism & the subjects, their obscured faces & the copious use of birds as symbolism. They also have the same dream like feel to his pieces, blurring the lines in a subtly unsettling way between the dream world & our reality.

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  1. Jenny
    Posted 20.11.2013 at 1:16 pm | Permalink

    I really like this artwork it’s very creative in so many ways I like how he has envoked the femininity of a women’s persona and the strength of the bird as each bird has different symbolism to different cultures and spirituality. I feel very inspired by this and definitely connect to pieces that mix the real and sureal it gives so much character and interest.

  2. Posted 20.11.2013 at 7:35 pm | Permalink

    I love this artwork of hers, she’s really talented (I wish I was!). The pictures kind of make you feel calm when you look at them.. maybe that’s just me being weird, but I feel that they really change something inside you.

  3. Posted 20.11.2013 at 9:30 pm | Permalink

    Her work is beautiful! I also like that the women are “faceless”. Brilliant.


  4. Posted 20.11.2013 at 11:26 pm | Permalink

    Goooorgeous! Love this darling, great to finally meet you the other day


  5. Posted 20.11.2013 at 11:36 pm | Permalink

    OMG these are just magical. Her work is so bewitching and such a cool balance of light and dark. You could interpret them either way. I want to buy these all! Thanks for sharing.


  6. Posted 21.11.2013 at 4:58 pm | Permalink

    I love when you do posts like these, you always find such talent! I like art to have a bit of surrealism about it, I think these are fab xxx

  7. Posted 22.11.2013 at 1:28 am | Permalink

    These are all incredibly beautiful. I can’t tell whether I like the fact that we can’t see the women’s faces or whether their facelessness is disturbing. Either way, very beautiful indeed.


  8. Posted 22.11.2013 at 5:43 am | Permalink

    Incredible…the mystery, the strength…absolutely beautiful…

  9. Posted 24.11.2013 at 4:58 am | Permalink

    Such beautiful images, and I love how you don’t even mind at all that the faces are covered up, even more alluring./Madison

  10. Posted 24.11.2013 at 11:01 pm | Permalink

    I love the way these look hyper real and spectacularly mysterious – you do always find the best art! x

  11. Posted 25.11.2013 at 9:29 am | Permalink

    Wow, these paintings are so beautiful. So feminine with soft skin and long flowing locks, I love the way Amy paints hair – she captures it perfectly. My favourites are undoubtedly the ones of girls in side portrait, I love this one ( where you can just see her face. You always find the best artists Steph xxx

  12. Posted 26.11.2013 at 12:53 am | Permalink

    These certainly seem to reference the paintings of Magritte. I’ll have to check the link for more of her beautiful work. Thanks for sharing!

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