Lot 511 - Georgia Peskett - Voile IV
Lot 511 - Georgia Peskett - Voile IV
Lot 511 - Georgia Peskett - Voile IV

Lot 511 - Georgia Peskett - Voile IV

Oil and Pastel on Card

2022

A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About 

 

Born London 1965:  
Derbyshire since 2003: 
 
 
Georgia began painting during a three year apprenticeship in New York following her formal art training at Epsom School of Art and Design. 
During this time in New York she began painting with acrylics on canvas the New York cityscapes and figurative urban landscapes. 
Recently her paintings are drawing on the long tradition of the Memento Mori. 
Observational studies of flowers in various states. 
 

Education 

 

Epsom School of Art and Design 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition ‘15, 19, 20, 22 
Discerning Eye 2000, ‘20, ‘21 
Columbia Threadneedle Prize 2018 
Wells Art Contemporary ‘22 
 

Gallery Representation 

 

Cupola Gallery Sheffield, Rise Art London, Singulart Paris 

 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork   

 

Glass Series:  
Observations of views through windows and veils. 
The effects of the environment play an important part in the making of these works; allowing distortions and additional layers to evolve in the paintings, light reflections from other sources bring an element of abstraction into these figurative studies. 
Some of these paintings use the botanical somehow obscured representing the passing of time.  
Pieces that may be observed as a Memento Mori. 
Some touching upon the ageing process; in particular how this can mean increased invisibility for women.  
The ‘Voile’ series using veils and net to shield from view what’s happening beyond. 
Painted with a combination of pastels, oil, liquin and wax on stabilised papers 

 

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