Judi Green was born in London and now lives and works in Cornwall. She studied Graphic Design at Kingston School of Art returning to painting at the Slade School of Fine Art. Following a successful career as an Art Director, in 1984 she co-founded the international award wining design consultancy The Green House. Making a brave decision in 2000, Judi relinquished her full time design career to focus on painting. Judi was awarded a place in 2001 on The Drawing MA programme at the Royal Drawing School. Artist Residencies include Kensington Palace 2009,  Dumfries House 2015 and 2020. Her painting Gold Beach, Jig Sector, was selected for the Threadneedle Prize 2009. Group shows include RA Summer Exhibition, Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize, The Discerning Eye, Royal Society of Portrait Painters, Royal West Academy and Royal Society of Oil Painters. Exhibited at the Project Gallery, Arundel, Medici Gallery, Cork Street London, The Wykeham Gallery, Stockbridge, Highgate Contemporary Gallery and the Tregony Gallery, Cornwall.
Widely collected Judi’s work can be found in numerous private collections
including The Royal Collection, Dawn French, Sir Clive Woodward OBE, Dumfries House, Mr. Anthony Van Laast MBE and Sir Lenny Henry.

“I am a figurative painter working from direct observation and drawing. The sense of place, geographical focus and personal historical memory, have always been intrinsic to my practice. In my pictorial inquiry there are always more questions than satisfactory answers. Everything is in a state of flux and continuously changing. Looking has always been important; everything looks so beautiful. I am constantly trying to understand how to interpret space in architecture and in the natural environment and transform it into a two-dimensional image.”
“I am interested in fractal images and patterns regardless of whether these fractals were generated by mathematics, humans or scenes in the natural world (coastline, trees or clouds). Echoing my background in graphic design, I use a scaffold of drawing to inquire into the compositional forces of the painting. My landscapes rely on repetition, finding their forms and colours potent emblems of the fluid and fleeting nature of all human experience.”
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