Hudgeon, Tammy

About Tammy Hudgeon

A self-taught artist, Hudgeon's artwork is shown widely, both nationally and internationally. Among her many honours and awards, Hudgeon is a two-time BC Glass Art Award winner and was recently cited for her contribution to her local arts community.

Over the years, her scope has grown to include tiny to large-scale steel and glass sculptures, mixed media paintings, and anything else that allows her to connect to her authentic creative voice.
Hudgeon openly connects with the joyful, soulful, wild spirit of life and imbues her pieces with it.  She hopes that those viewing it will feel the same energy of connection she experienced while creating it.

She's been published in magazines and books and interviewed about her art for T.V. and radio, including CBC's North by Northwest Show.

In addition to creating her own art, Hudgeon loves to inspire people, occasionally hosting workshops for children and youth in her studio. She's also available for talks on her own work, focusing on the creative process.

Hudgeon's work can be found in private and corporate collections throughout the world, and has also been purchased and collected by one of Japan's most famous Riokhan's.