judith cockram


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My paintings are a response to the spaces I have moved through,

they seek to be free, fluid and sponataneous, portraying a 'sense of'

rather than a representation.

Landscapes etch themselves into my memory leaving visual and

emotional traces that are powerful starting points for my work.

I enjoy walking as an initial experience  as it enables me to reach

quiet and isolated places. I take a sketchbook and make drawings,

which I use as the basis of my paintings. These help me recapture

a feeling of place and the shape and form of the landscape. 


2008Foundation Course Plymouth College of Art
2013BA (Hons) University of Plymouth

Exhibition History

February 2022Opposite Banks
Birdwood House Totnes
October 2021Open studios
May 2020Open studios
May 2016Harbour House Kingsbridge
May 2009Barbican Theatre Plymouth
April 2013Artspace 101 University of Plymouth
June 2013Degree Show Royal William Yard Plymouth
December 2013"Contemporary Landscape" Artspace@57