Judy Dwyer and Judy Stevens invite you inside their virtual Open House to view dangerous Dogs & Dolls and scenes of hope and desperation!
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.
Visit my instagram to see more of my work or email me for more info.
Judy Stevens: I work in traditional lino-cut method, sometimes also using Photoshop to ‘colour in’ line artworks. The work shown in my online gallery is of limited edition giclee prints from the original lino-cuts.
Have a look at my website to see more of my work and/or email me for more info.