Amy Judd takes inspiration from the mythological tradition that explores the relationship between women and birds.

Amy Judd's images of femininity
London - NOV 01, 2013

Amy Judd is a London based artist whose work is inspired by the beauty and mystery often found in mythological images that shows the relationship between women and birds. This concept is often explored in myths and traditional folklore. In the Avian series, Judd paints representations of this magical relationship showing silent, intriguing and surreal moments. 

 

Amy Judd's images of femininity

©Amy Judd, Hiding behind the moon

Each composition creates new myth inspired narratives. The feathers of the birds seem to hide the women, sometimes serving as armour or as a part of the woman in midst of transformation. Each scene is sensitive and seductive yet the composition is bold and the women portrayed are far from fragile.

Amy Judd's images of femininity

©Amy Judd, Avian warrior

Amy Judd's images of femininity

©Amy Judd, Flawless in white

Amy Judd's images of femininity

©Amy Judd, Wall of feathers

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