Judith Logan

Judith Logan, Redhead, painting, 30.5 X 27.5 cm (33 X 30 X 1.3 cm framed) £325

Year: 2019

Medium(s): oils on board

Frame: white wooden frame with glass

Part of 'Contemporary Art of Northern Ireland #4' Group Exhibition, Gallery 545's major annual showcase. Island Arts Centre, Lisburn. 9-30 September 2023. The work can be purchased online here or in person at the exhibition.


Shipping - This work is part of an exhibition. It can be collected from Tuesday 3 October from the Island Arts Centre, Lisburn / shipped in 3-5 working days after 30 September from Northern Ireland, UK.

Return - This work is not eligible for return if bought in person at the exhibition (eligible for return only if bought online).

Artist - Selected Recognitions

  • Award-winning artist (Ulster Society of Women Artists’ awards)
  • Exhibited at high profile exhibitions in N. Ireland (inc. Royal Ulster Academy Annual Exhibitions)
  • Exhibited at high profile exhibitions in UK (incl. Sunday Times Watercolour Competition, and Royal Watercolour Society Annual Exhibitions)

Further information

Judith Logan’s comments about this work: ‘Redhead is painted in oils on prepared and gessoed board, and is a good example of how I like to use flat blocks of colour in my paintings. I think this is probably a direct yet subconscious influence from printmaking, which I also love, finding that both media inspire each other, many times overlapping in my body of work. One of my very favourite colour combinations is complimentary blue and orange. Here, I have tried to balance the cool blues with warm coppery tones, and have kept to a very basic palette, mixing the same colours for the skin tones, to hopefully produce a simple yet eye-catching portrait.’

Judith Logan is an award-winning painter. She works in a variety of media – paint, pencil and print, and her art often features fascinating figures and interesting scenes of everyday life. Some pieces start with life captured in a sketchbook, others are committed to memory and embellished with imagination, or can draw upon literary sources. All bear a strong narrative element, born out the artist’s love for visual storytelling.

Find out more about this artist and view all her works on Judith Logan’s page.