I paint abstract landscapes in search of belonging and ecological remedy. Painting teaches me about my relationship to place, moving and memory. I typically paint in three ways: by layering colour I describe my eidetic memories of a place, arranged topographically like a map; by painting outside I record my bodily experience of a place-bound event, using colour to describe sensation; I stage dioramas, referencing memory, traditional landscape painting, sci-fi and outdoor painting, to explore world building. I investigate how landscapes reflect cultural attitudes to land, and experiment with translating ecological philosophy into painting, to explore how landscapes could be reimagined for modern place relations.

​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 runs public facing, place-based projects and a podcast. She completed a studio residency at Bankside Hotel London with the gallery Contemporary Collective, She is currently based in Manchester, at Depot Studios.