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Judy Sale's background is unusual as she has moved house and studio so many times that her work is now best broken into Collections from each different country where she has practiced and shown her work.  In spite of being born in an uninspiring, small town in the middle of the USA, she has spent all her adult life living elsewhere; eight different countries in all.  In 1993, she obtained dual nationality and today she is equally American and British, as well as European, in her outlook on all things. The lived in experience of other cultures is therefore evident in the diversity of her abstract and eclectic styles of art practice over the years.  Her work is never intended to be a replica of what is out there but rather a compilation of found objects, colours, textures and sometimes texts that are selected along the way.  She enjoys the challenge of taking something well read and putting it into another context.   This is a result of the way she herself has had to uproot and find new ways of living and making life work for her.

Besides her art practice, she has found the time to become actively and personally involved in restoring ancient buildings as well.  She is today responsible for a number of properties having been tastefully restored in Cyprus and Italy as well as in the UK.  Using that same ability to pick up the pieces and start again as she has used in her life and ongoing practice as a professional artist, she has made a difference. Her work is confident and quirky but never dull or predictable. Change can be exciting when you learn to live with it and learn from it.
    

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2007-10          Colomba D'Oro Hotel Permanent Exhibition, Triora IM Italy
2002              Limehouse Cut Studios, London, England
2000              Jeffery~West, Piccadilly Arcade, London, England
1993              Gallery Gloria, Nicosia, Cyprus
1993              Morphi Gallery, Limassol, Cyprus
1989              Edith Grove Gallery, London, England
1989              Ayling-Porteous Gallery, Chester, England
1987              Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
1987              Mazelow Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1986              Lunga Gallery, Argyll, Scotland
1983              Edwin Young Gallery, Salisbury, England
1983              McDowell Gallery, Toronto, Canada

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2001-02          Royal Mint Exhibition, London
2001              SE1 Gallery/Workplace Art at Bankside, London, England
2000              70/2000: The Road to Maeikie Seggie Touring Exhibition, Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston University, touring UK, USA and Europe
1999              Dove Everyday Icons Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London, England
1998-00          Workplace Art, London, England
1995              Morphi Gallery, Limassol, Cyprus
1994              The Whitechapel Open Studios, London, England
1992              Brushstrokes Across Cultures, Famagusta Gate and HP Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
1992              Art for a Fairer World, Glasgow, Cardiff and London, UK
1990              Homage to the Square; Flaxman Gallery, London, England
1990              London Group, Gulbenkian Gallery, Royal College of Art, London, England
1990              International Contemporary Art Fair, London, England
1989              The Laing Competition, Manchester and Mall Galleries, London, England
1988              York Contemporary Art Fair, York, England
1988              Sothebys at Chelsea Arts Club, London, England
1988              Warwick Arts Trust, London, England
1987-88          Richard Demarco Gallery at Bath Art Fair, Bath, England
1987              Ayling-Porteous Gallery, Chester, England
1987              Bruton Gallery, Bruton, England
1987-88          Main Fine Art, Glasgow, Scotland
1987              Touring Exhibition with Washington Gallery, Glasgow, Hendricks Gallery, Dublin                Smith Galleries, London, Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
1986              Wykeham Galleries, Stockbridge, England
1985              International Contemporary Art Fair, London, England
1984              Mazelow Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1981              Free Painters and Sculptors Society, London, England
1981              New York International Art Fair, New York, USA

 
PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

The Royal Mint Collection, London, England                            Wiltshire County Council, UK
The Lawrence Co. Bank, IL. USA                                             The Republic Bank of Dallas, USA
Tetrapak HQ, UK, Ltd                                                             Mitutoyo HQ Uk Ltd
Robert Langen Gallery Wilfreid Laurier Univ.                           L'Onda Beach Hotel, Limassol Cyprus
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada                                                      Meridien Hotel, Limassol, Cyprus
Warwick Arts Trust, London, England                                      Malpas Simmons, Blandford Forum, UK
John Cullen Lighting Co. London England                                Corp. and private collections UK, USA,
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