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Judy Cox’s wonderfully abstract paintings are a symphony in simplicity. Spare brush strokes work in tandem with Judy’s heavily textured canvases to create beautiful tone-on-tone paintings. Her multi-media paintings go far beyond traditional two-dimensional art and we love the depth that her work portrays.
Judy is definitely not one to shy away from using an unusual or difficult media. She paints in charcoal, oil paints and sticks, burnt encaustic, cut up old paintings, paper and canvas prints, watercolor, newspaper, picture - her imagination and desire to push boundaries have no limits, which makes her paintings dynamic, energetic and exciting.
Judy works in a variety of media, but the one that fascinates us the most is her use of epoxy resin, which dries to a thick and shiny coat and enhances the color underneath. It’s an extremely difficult material with which to work (toxic when wet, but completely safe when cured and dried.) “It is extremely seductive while wet and is a wonderful complement to my style of expression. It’s a new and exciting way for me to connect intrinsically and extrinsically with my creative energy and paintings, and reminds me of the illusion of control, “says Judy. (Did we mention that Judy dons a protective suit and breathes through a respirator mask when working with epoxy resin? The dangers of the job…)
We’re also drawn to Judy’s lovely and serene White series and love what she says about it: “White is very challenging. It represents the ultimate minimalism, as it is neutral and not even considered a color. It is usually used in the background. It signifies cleanliness, purity and light.” She uses white oil paint, mixed with encaustic wax to add texture and the result is soft, serene but graphically complex with texture and dimension adding the wow factor.