Froggie

Estimate: $2,500.
Judith Hudson’s witty, expressive watercolors move between abstraction and figuration to explore, in her own words, “the microcosmic and the macrocosmic, the physical and the metaphysical.” In her more narrative compositions, Hudson depicts fanciful dreamscapes, mischievous glimpses of nude bodies, and playful scenes.

Framed: 20 x 20 x 1 3/4
Image: 15 x 15

About Judith Hudson

Judith Hudson’s witty, expressive watercolors move between abstraction and figuration to explore, in her own words, “the microcosmic and the macrocosmic, the physical and the metaphysical.” Abstract paintings that pulsate with fluid lines of overlapping color recall rippling water or complex cell structures. In her more narrative compositions, Hudson depicts fanciful dreamscapes, mischievous glimpses of nude bodies, and playful scenes from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Hudson’s work reaches a humorous crescendo in her “Sex Advice Drawings” series, in which whimsically rendered drawings compliment farcical pleas for romantic advice, such as “Dear Playboy Advisor, Ever since my husband started collecting art he spends all his time staring at Jasper Johns. How do I get his attention?”

American, b. 1946

Group Shows on Artsy

2015
Undressed, Philip Bloom Gallery, Nantucket