Judith Sinclair has been a practising artist for over twenty years. Finding inspiration in the Abstract Expressionist movement of the 1950's, Judith studies the work of artists such as, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko Kandinsky and Miro. More recently she has been focusing on Chinese and Japanese art, taking inspiration from its delicacy and accuracy of line and form. "My painting starts with seeing and absorbing. I use a restricted palette, which hopefully resonates with my visceral self. Any invention comes from within and if I am lucky a kind of alchemy happens… The aim is to achieve simplicity, a clarity out of a complex process in the context of the twenty-first century". Judith lives and works in London. Her paintings have been exhibited across Europe and her commissions are held in numerous private collections.