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Judith McKay Art.

"A Statement Piece With Flowing Movement & Intense Drama"

SOLD Making Waves 
20"x20" Acrylic on Canvas

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48"x48" Acrylic on Canvas

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Judith McKay Art.

Judith McKay is an abstract surrealist artist based in the Toronto area. Constantly experimenting with new processes and techniques, Judith is Influenced by a broad range of artists, from post war Expressionists and Surrealists to today’s bold European Abstractionists.

Cerebral by nature, she tames her mental restlessness through artistic expression. Her creative process is driven by intuition—synthesizing the constant flow of ideas swirling in her mind. Her creations are conceptual and rigorously refined. She fearlessly uses flowing forms and vibrant colours, vigorously splattered, poured, and brushed onto the canvas as an act of catharsis.  The ultimate effect is highly organic and lush—luminous spirituality in perpetual motion. 


Quotes From Clients

Judith's Abstracts are happy, joyous works possessing great luminosity and spirituality. They are complex compositions with both bold and subtle expressions and brilliant use of palette.


        --Robert Paro

       Old Master Gallery


I'm loving my new Judith McKay painting so much! I just keep saying and thinking how gorgeous it is, how stunning! I've come back to the room it's in at least 50 times already....

                                          --Lisa Martin




       You paint my dreams....

                                      --Tanvi Bhatt


I'm so thrilled with Judith's spectacular abstract painting!
The colours are incredible and
create a focal point in my living room

                              --Kim Naylor

Judith's latest abstract works are absolutely beautiful and unique. I love the piece of hers I bought for myself and am excited for Judith to exhibit her work at my upcoming group show in November! 

                                --Jane Kidner

                              Jane Kidner Gallery


I've had so many comments on Judith's abstract triptych hanging in my office, it is truly striking!

                                --Feaz Rahim

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