The gallery is now open again for visitors.
Not to be missed! I have sixteen gorgeous new paintings showing local landscapes of the Campsie Fells, plus sumptuously vibrant still life paintings of flowers from my garden and wildflowers from surrounding hedgerows.
The favourite four from my lockdown show with the gallery back in April are now featuring in the Summer Show. Your chance to finally see them in the flesh now that the gallery has reopened.
Treat-sized paintings to lift the spirits.
View these little gems online now - fresh and uplifting landscapes of Scotland and Wales and a little burst of spring sunshine! Free delivery to all parts of the UK.
Fresh new work on sale in a mixed show at this Edinburgh Morningside gallery.
View my exciting new paintings online now - fresh and uplifting Scottish landscapes, east and west, and beautiful poppy paintings.. You can even see how the work would look in your own home! Just ask the gallery for details. Free delivery to all parts of the UK.
"Do Australian artists ever lose the antipodean light? The light and attending hope. Maybe not. Even when they paint in gloomier light such as northern Europe or Scotland. Here is Judith Bridgland, an Australian who paints in Scotland"
"Colour is her thing."
"Judith Bridgland’s paintings hit me like a kick in the stomach, which doesn’t sound good, but does at least express a little bit of the punch which someone who handles paint like it springs from the tips of their fingers can give to a viewer through the experience of looking at their work. I am not a great lover of thickly applied paint generally, but when its done like this…I love it."
"Judith I Bridgland's Eastbourne Pier won the Royal Glasgow Institute's House For An Art Lover Prize in 2009. The resulting exhibition, a mix of subject matter and media "stemming from a love of colour and texture", is rooted in the genesis of that evocative oil. It's a snapshot of Bridgland's working process, her trademark vibrancy and textural dexterity worked out in a considerable variety of media and methods, from acrylics to procion dyes, screen prints to charcoals, organic matter and textiles. "Exploring texture and pattern through other media is a very useful starting point," says Bridgland. "Everything can be used to create art." If her Eastbourne subject matter stems from childhood familiarity, elsewhere there are colour-drenched acrylics of London and meaty oils of coastal Suffolk, including some fine, atmospheric and almost - but not quite - monochromatic renditions of Walberswick landing stages."
"...love the thick, textured, expression-filled paintwork"
"Working in oils, bold, vigorous rhythmical strokes of impasto paint reflect nature’s contrasts and harmonies. The ever-changing light illuminates fields, mountains, hedgerows and the sea, with the expanse of the natural forms contrasting with complex abstraction to give a strong sense of place."
To view a 5 minute video made by Scotland on TV of me in my former studio at WASPS talking about my work, click here.
To see my work at the (sadly missed!) Glasgow Art Fair in 2010 with Duncan R Miller, click here for the BBC Reporting Scotland piece. My paintings are approx. 1 minute in.