Jody Hewgill

Posted: April 22, 2008 in creativity
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A sad day for Birdman

Jody Hewgill is a well-known Canadian illustrator and painter. Her work has touches of cubism with its geometrical forms and its accentuated and often curved lines. The combination of the often assertive, strong, emphatic and certainly vigourous presence of the figures and the much more subdued textured background gives Hewgill’s work a powerful iconic character. Her use of colour supports this impression, including the lesser emphasis often placed on contrast in favour of subtle shade changes. It all creates icons of emotional intensity with a lot of appeal.

Red hair for a blue lady

Camouflage bride

Portrait of a lady with a fox

Woman and water lily

Seasons

Jody Hewgill Art

Jody Hewgill Illustration
Jody Hewgill at illoz
Picture Mechanics

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