Emblazon is a solo exhibition of paintings, drawings, prints and collages by Judith Brenner; a synthesis of the vibrant palettes and the faded opulence encountered during a journey through Rajasthan.
“Judith Brenner’s recent work is abstract and uses mixed media, drawing on an intense exploration of her emotions and reactions to places, memories and events. This seems to be a very personal and private experience…”
Sylvie Gomenzano, advisor, curator and Chair of the Association of Woman Art Dealers for Rivertribe Magazine 2018
Judith Brenner has a BA(Hons) Fine Art Manchester Metropolitan University, and has studied at Newlyn School of Art Mentoring Scheme and Falmouth School of Art Summer Intensives. She held a residency at Brisons Veor Residency, Cape Cornwall October 2016, She was shortlisted for the RA Summer Exhibition 2017, NOA 2017, Jackson’s Art Atmospheric Acrylics 2017 and Visual Arts Open 2018. She lives and works in Richmond.
Judith’s work is held in Private Collections in the UK, Australia, US and Israel.