Trudy’s Meditation paintings are now available as limited edition prints. In calming tranquil tones, they look great hung alone or in groups to create an ambience of contemplation and reflection. Perfect for creating your den of zen!Read More
Trudy’s newest abstract paintings will be showing in the Autumn exhibition at Josie Eastwood’s new gallery space near Stockbridge, Hampshire : The Barn, Upper Manor Farm, Longstock, Hants SO20 6DR from 10 - 24 November 2018Read More
Trudy finds that hand-pulled prints created in 2014-15 have provided a rich seam of source material for her newest kaleidoscopic photographs, some of which will be on exhibit at K O B E R at Heseltine Gallery at Truro School from 10 October - 8 December 2018Read More
Trudy joins Circle Contemporary gallery in Wadebridge, North Cornwall.Read More
Exhibiting new abstract paintings from the Links series.Read More
Reunited at last with 80+ paintings made in Los AngelesRead More
Adventures in collage: reworking old work - #RehashRead More
I am thrilled that my painting Splash Crash has been selected for the Royal West of England Academy of Art's 165th Annual Open Exhibition in Bristol.
The show is well worth seeing, though my son might not agree!
Three generations of art appreciators at the RWA: me with my son and mother, artist Kathy Montgomery. [Photo credit: RWA press]
The inspiration behind Trudy Montgomery's Scilly Isles paintingsRead More
Ever wondered how a painting is made? Watch Trudy making an abstract painting in her studio. Learn what inspires her and why she turns the canvas as she paints it - even though it's as big as she is. 04:38 minutes.Read More
I have been working on a commission destined for New York, and was lucky enough to visit in May to see the location it would hang.Read More
Richard Diebenkorn’s 'notes to myself on beginning a painting' were found among his papers after his death in 1993. They offer a remarkable insight into his artistic process and the rigor with which he approached his search for abstraction.Read More
India changes everyone, so they say. In 2012, I spent three months in India and Nepal, working as an artist in residence at Sanskriti Kendra outside New Delhi, and traveling and absorbing the colors, chaos and devotional way of life that infuses this extraordinary land.Read More