Winner of numerous awards and prizes including three times winner of the British Sporting Art Trust Award, artist Judy Boyt has always been a passionate observer of the natural world with a particular passion for equestrian. She has won numerous high profile commissions, including those from HRH The Queen to sculpt her corgis and Cleveland Bay, as well as those from councils, boroughs, corporates, racing and foreign dignitaries and royalty.
Boyt has always followed a rigorous studio practice underpinned by a discipline of drawing from careful observation of her subjects. This has earned her a reputation of excellence, and of having that unique ability to imbue her subjects with character and personality no matter the scale. Her equestrian bronze, Up to the Line, commissioned for Centrica’s headquarters in Windsor, is monumental at twice life size as is Rebellion, which graces the City of London’s Skyline.
Boyt is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Sculptors. She has been commissioned by many prestigious companies and organisations including; Mitsubishi Motors (Badminton Horse Trials Silver Trophy), Cheltenham Race Course (Golden Miller), Standard Life (Rebellion), Epsom and Ewell Borough Council (Evocation of Speed) and the United Arab Emirates (Al Annud Arab Racing Awards). She has been featured in HTV’s documentary Going for Bronze and has been interviewed for numerous magazine articles. Her work can be found in numerous high-profile collections including the Royal Collection, Newmarket Racing Museum, Liverpool City Council, Epsom and Ewell Council and The Racing Museum, Dubai, amongst others.