Working from her studio at Stepney City Farm, Georgie paints from memories and sketches of places she’s visited. She uses a variety of materials to build texture including polyfilla, mud and beeswax and paints with anything from her fingers to windscreen wipers. She says, ‘The original vision is usually lost in the process but the end result still encapsulates my memory of the place. Much of my enjoyment comes from constant experimentation with new ideas and techniques’.
Since graduating in 2015, she has had work accepted into the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and the Affordable Art Fest in Goa, work shortlisted for the New English Art Club Annual Exhibition and National Open Art Prize and was winner of the Harry Walker Prize at the Bath Society of Artists Annual Exhibition. She has had six solo shows including at Boston Consulting Group, London, and Lavenham Hall Gallery, Suffolk, and was honoured to be judge of Young Art East Anglia at the Peter Piers Gallery, Aldeburgh.
Group shows have included ‘Inside Out’ curated by Gavin Turk in Hackney Wick, The Battersea Affordable Art Fairs and regular shows with Cobbold & Judd in Suffolk, and Highgate Contemporary and Foss Fine Art in London. She recently finished a three-month role as artist in residence at Oundle School and her next solo show is at Somerton House in Bath from 16-22nd June.