Georgina makes abstract landscape paintings about the place she lives in or from memories of places she has been. Her work attempts to interpret the landscape, and help her understand her place within it. The paintings are often lessons in her search for meaning and belonging, and she sees the paintings as stages that perform personal meaning. Through painting Georgina investigates the history of landscape in Britain, and its ties to farming, ownership and culture.
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-found an artist collective and studio space called The GAP Studio in Morecambe, Lancashire, where she ran public facing, place-based projects. She recently completed a studio residency at Porthmeor Studios in St Ives, and is currently based in Manchester, at Depot Studios.