Judy Dwyer, Judy Stevens and Catriona Muir invite you inside their virtual Open House to view curious cats, Russian dolls, goddesses and men…
Catriona Muir: My recent artworks explore my interest in collection, through meaningful decorative objects accumulated at home and on travels. Imagery is explored through drawing, layering, and edited photographs; combining lino, silk screen printing and collage.
Judy Dwyer: My pieces are made with hand-dyed silk velvet, embellished with tin, embroidery, and looped telephone wire to create ‘garments’. Work is presented on plinths, with a supporting background of hand-pierced and painted recycled tin.
Judy Stevens: I work in traditional lino-cut method to produce handprinted limited edition prints, looking at mythologies of hope, despair and unexpected transformation.
Have a look at our websites/ Instagram to see more of our work or email us for more info.