Women, flowers and animals: an amazing symbiosis in the paintings of Amy Judd
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The artist from the UK Amy Judd (Amy Judd) paints amazing paintings. They depict women, flowers, insects and birds, but the author depicts them in an unusual way, as a whole. Amy is inspired by the relationship between a person and his neighbors on the planet, as well as ancient myths about people with bird heads or wings.
Amy Judd's paintings are gentle, sensual and harmonious. The realism of the images emphasizes a simple dark background and the absence of entourage. We see only the main thing and nothing distracts from the main idea of the canvas. Women's bodies merge so organically with plants and animals that it doesn't even seem strange.
The artist says that the flowers in her paintings are a symbol of tenderness, and the wings are an allegory of female courage, strength and courage. Judd does not comment on his works and, most often, does not give them names. She is sure that every viewer will see something of their own, will feel a special association. And to give the picture a name means to deprive him of the opportunity to fantasize, to indicate the direction.
The female body often inspires surrealists to create unusual works. For example, Canadian artist Lui Liu places naked girls in unusual and even grotesque situations.