My work is concerned with place, memory and phenomenological experience. I use acrylics, oils and ink to paint and draw, working outdoors and from memory. I work quickly and instinctively to map my bodily experience of a place. I attempt to redefine concepts of landscape in my practice by acknowledging more-than-human ‘animacy’, and offering space for viewers to consider their own emotional and physical entanglement to the places they inhabit.
Georgina graduated from Lancaster University in 2020 with a BA in Fine Art. She went on to win the Freelands Painting Prize 2020, and co-founded an artist collective and studio called The GAP Studio in Morecambe, Lancashire, where she runs public facing, place-based projects and a podcast. She recently completed a studio residency at Bankside Hotel London with the gallery Contemporary Collective, and is currently based in London.