‘You’re Home, Nothing’s Changed II’ by Savanna Judd
Artist: Savanna Judd
Title: ‘You’re Home, Nothing’s Changed II’
Medium: Acrylic and graphite on wood panel
Dimensions: 6″ x 6″
Year of Creation: 2021
About the Artwork:
“You’re Home, Nothing’s Changed” refers to the changelessness of a family photo, and the homesickness of finding an old picture taken in a room you visited a thousand times. The colors evoke the harshness of a flash photo from a few decades ago, mixing with the softness of a nostalgic scene. Everything feels unreal, but also familiar.
About the Artist:
Savanna Judd is an artist who seeks to bend light, build atmosphere, and capture the liminal quality of a place alive in the absence of people. These places represent a threshold where humans pass and leave imprints or relics. They evoke the feeling of looking into a portal before entering.