“Most of my paintings are abstractions based on nature. For me, the process of painting, is mainly concerned with portraying the theme or mood in such a way that colours, forms and lines are kept in harmony.
The structures, colours, textures and forces found in nature add impetus to a spontaneous fusion of ideas. I paint from remembered experiences and the need to create. I find that the actual physical “doing” of mixing, applying and pushing the paint around, is an exhilarating experience.
I have become involved with colour sensations, shape, space, texture, movement and dramatic and lyrical content. My aim is to illuminate an idea to clarify and objectify a point of view – an idea in visual form”.
Judith Laws is a noted professional Queensland artist with over 40 solo and 48 group exhibitions during her successful career, from across Australia to Singapore and London.
A few highlights from many include the book "Laws" released in 2002 about her life and work; the magnificent series " Beauty and Tragedy on Fraser Shores" about Eliza Fraser and the relevant Fraser landscape and being commissioned for works for places from large private residences to an hotel in Dubai. Her works can also be found in many collections including;
New Parliament House, Qld. Toowoomba Royal Agricultural Society Collection
Toowoomba City Art Gallery. University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba
Jondaryn Shire Council Chambers Permanent Building Society Offices, Toowoomba
Downlands College Collection Mercantile Credit Union Collection
Toowoomba Grammar Collection The Mercury Theatre Collection, Gatton
Channel 7 Studios, Brisbane S.W. Queensland Electricity Board Collection
Moreton Shire Council McGregor College Art Acquisition, Toowoomba
Wesley Hospital Collection, Brisbane Gold Coast City Art Gallery Collection
Charleville Art Acquisition Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory
Over 40 solo and 48 group exhibitions.
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