Judy Kensley McKie is a contemporary furniture designer. Judy McKie was born in the year 1944.
The artist earned a degree in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design.
McKie is renown for creating furniture that takes on an animal shape. The artist creates stools, chairs, and tables.
Price range information: The artist works with marble, wood, resin, bronze, and stone. So no pricing available.
Below a brief interview with Judy McKie:
Many of the artist’s works are hand carved. She enjoys creating a primitive feeling in her artwork. These works make reference to Indigenous cultures around the globe including Pre-Columbian, African, and Native American.
The American comedian Robin Williams was a fan and collector of Judy McKie.
Judy McKie has a very creative mind when she designs furniture. My favorite part of her design strategy are the eye catching pattern of the animal tails.