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Taking cues from the natural world, I create work that's familiar to both the eye and the heart. These visual notes, rich with texture, trigger a memory fluttering at the edges and just out of reach.
Working primarily in oils and mixed media, I incorporate cold wax as a medium in my paint. I enjoy the tactile quality it lends the finished work. Depending on the way it's applied or handled in the final stages it can resemble polished stone, earth or crumbling artifacts. I usually work in multiple layers and may completely erase what was laid down before by newly introduced marks. I use pallet knives, putty knives, and brushes to lay down and scrape away surface information.
In 2018 I was recognized by the Town of Fairfax and appointed as Artist in Residence, a Collaborative position awarded to 3 artists for 3-year terms. This position provides us an exciting opportunity to both promote and demonstrate the value of the arts in our community.
In joy! ~Georgia
favorite all time music: My Funny Valentine, Miles Davis - its beauty can still move me to tears. Make Someone Happy, Jimmy Durante. Anything Leonard Cohen.
place that said "you're home now": San Francisco. Everywhere in Spain I took a breath.
inspiration found: The ocean and coastal hills. Wild gardens. Music. The written word.
furthest place i've traveled to: Fiji by plane. Fairbanks, Alaska by car.