In these three-dimensional works Judith uses items from nature, including Watsonia bulb casings sourced from her immediate environment. These are known as ‘poor man’s gladioli’ and for many gardeners are considered a weed. The web structure on first sighting fascinated and intrigued Judith with its intricate structure and resilient form.

Her sculptures use a skeletal framework digitally drawn using Adobe Illustrator and subsequently laser cut from paper. The casings along with leaves and feathers sourced from gardens are used in her process to combine both art and natural science to create works of extraordinary delicacy and beauty.