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  New sculpture "Lapdog" added to the gallery.

My latest project is embossed pewter and applying it to furniture.  I hope it will appeal to those art lovers amongst you who are interested in unique bespoke furniture.

The Studio in Chewton Mendip

01761 241235

Visitors are welcome to visit my gallery/garden/studio at anytime. We are covid safe and respect social distancing etc. Just give us a call to make sure we are in!'
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Having always led an artistic and creative life I was introduced to sculpture by accident at an open day at Shute Farm Studios, near Shepton Mallet in the late 90s.   It was there that I had my first life changing experience of creating a sculpture. I was instantly hooked and the following day rushed out to buy my first slab of clay.   Hardly a day has passed since then that has not found me sculpting.

Sculpture is always a frustrating struggle to achieve the end result that one desires.  The thrill of completion is addictive however and I find myself impatient to start the next piece.

My early untutored efforts were refined and expanded by formal study at Queens Road College of Art and Design, Bristol and also Bath City College.

Visitors are always welcomed to my home in Chewton Mendip, near Wells, where they can enjoy viewing a whole host of work in my studio, gallery and sculpture garden. Much of my work, including bronzes, will not be found in galleries.

Viewing by appointment only.
You can contact me on
01761 241235

My interest is in the geometry of the female form.  When I view a figure I aim to look beyond the detail in order to capture its underlying patterns and rhythms.  I enjoy expressing its lines, emphasising the tactile and curvaceous.  My work is available in limited editions of both cold cast resin and bronze.

You are welcome to contact me for more information about my work.  I always enjoy receiving visitors to my Studio where I am happy to answer any questions in person.

Cathy Judge



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