Judith Logan, The Hills Are Alive, painting, 55 x 38 cm (framed 77 x 60 x 3.5cm)
Medium(s): watercolour and gouache on paper
Frame: white wooden frame with glass
Shipping - This work is currently exhibited at the Island Arts Centre, Lisburn until 8 October. It can be collected on 11 October at the centre / shipped by 14 October from Northern Ireland.
Return - This work is eligible for return (by 25 October, i.e., 14 days from the collection date).
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)
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.
Work part of the exhibition ‘Gallery 545 – Contemporary Art of Northern Ireland’, at the Island Arts Centre, Lisburn, until 8 October. Visit the exhibition page.
A selection of other work by Judith LoganSee all works by this Artist