English artist Gerry Judah created these featured three-dimensional paintings with his eye-catching, off-the-canvas style.
Judah constructs urban landscapes as though they have suffered a great disaster, coating the structures with paint and giving each configuration an element of cohesive unity. Most of Judah's three-dimensional paintings are done in white, which is symbolic of purity. Judah's paintings also present that there could be beauty in the eye of disasters. Gerry Judah's paintings are seemingly apocalyptic and present an eerie calmness.
Gerry Judah's creativity is one that is not common to see, which ultimately makes him a supremely unique artist. This collection of paintings is a must-see for anyone who can appreciate and understand the serenity that can potentially be present when disaster strikes.
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