Tom Judd creates paintings of birds, plants and landscapes upon collaged fragments of antique floral wallpaper, old maps, botanical prints, maps, and sewing pattern paper. The resulting superimposed images are an exploration of the effect that change of context has upon a found object, often revealing the contradictory emotions that an artifact from an earlier time may have on the modern viewer. Describing his work, Judd says he combines “landscape, still life, patterns and figures to imitate the eclectic nature of our memories.”