Jude Tucker

I have worked as an artist my whole life. I believe strongly that the artist can form an energetic link with their work which, at its best, imbues the completed piece with a subtle but strongly connective quality. To achieve this, I use machine tools as sparingly as possible during the making process and rely as much on touch as sight to realise each finished form.

After graduating with a fine art degree in 1974, I have worked with many different media to explore my affinity with natural forms and the landscape. For many years I concentrated on large scale charcoal drawings, but in 2002 I realised that my preoccupation with the play of light on form would be better served by working in 3 dimensions.and at the same time I was strongly drawn to work with stone. During 2003 I studied stone masonry in Bath and 2004 found me moving to London for a 2 year postgraduate diploma in stone carving at the City and Guilds of London Art College. During this time I had the opportunity to design and carve 2 grotesques for St. George's Chapel in Windsor.  I have been making sculptures in my Warwickshire workshop since 2006, and in 2011 won the Bernard Noble Sculpture Foundation Prize.

on form 14

This years images coming soon

on form 2010

on form 2008