The Pastel Journal

From CHAOS to ORDER

Watching an artist develop over time can be fascinating—and British artist Judy Tate is currently experiencing a blossoming of creativity and success. For the past six years, her work has been accepted at Mall Galleries, in London. Among these paintings, Midnight Sonata (page 54) was included in the United Kingdom’s Pastel Society Annual Exhibition this year; From the Depths (page 59) appeared in the 2019 exhibition. The latter highlights how her use of color has become more adventurous.

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