Georgina is an artist based in the North-West of England.

Today in Britain, we struggle to know what natural landscapes mean to us.  Georgina uses painting and drawing to investigate this issue.  She does this by looking at the ties between forests and religious architecture, ancient systems of belief and the experience of looking up.  Georgina works outside in oil paints, to portray her ‘lived experience’.  The abstract brushstrokes describe the physical encounter and her internal experience of an environment.  Georgina’s work aims to expose the mystical encounters you can find in forests, but she hopes the colourful, abstract style of her work invites the viewer to not take the paintings too seriously! Instead the viewer can play with finding their own meaning in the paintings.  Fundamentally, Georgina attempts to challenge what our local green spaces mean to us, and she works towards art that encourages a symbiotic connection to these spaces.