She can be said to work in that tradition stemming from the formidable achievements of Constable (plein air ‘tactile’) and Turner (a-focal ‘atmospheric’). Both were concerned with expressing light and space and were profoundly important to Delocroix and the French impressionists, Monet in particular comes to mind in his radical reversal of sky and water, surface, depth, nearness and farness (the Nympheas).
— Graham Boyd, Artist, 2014 (extract from PALPABLE SPACE: The Art of Judy Buxton)
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Represented by Thackeray Gallery London

Judy Buxton's Art Studio

Judy Buxton's Art Studio