Lot 12 - Georgina Davenport - My Red Cheek
Lot 12 - Georgina Davenport - My Red Cheek

Lot 12 - Georgina Davenport - My Red Cheek

Coloured pencil on paper

2024

A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Women in Art

ARTIST INFO

About 

Painting’s capacity to record observations of the visual world, but always with a subjective tint, is the foundation of my practice. My work explores intimacy in the home environment, and how emotions and sensations can be shown through images. Recently I have been fascinated by the bedside and the feelings experienced at times between waking and sleeping. Potentially mundane moments can take on otherworldly, or uncanny qualities, tinted by a personal gaze. 

Education 

BA History of Art - University of Warwick (2021), Graduate Diploma in Fine Art - Royal College of Art (2023) In 2024 I will begin an MA in Painting at the Royal College of Art 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

Green and Stone 'Works on Paper' 2024 ING Discerning Eye 2023 Wells Art Contemporary 2023 RBA Rising Stars 2023 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork 

The colour crimson has become a particular fascination of mine. It holds a wide range of associations from violence and heat, to desire and fondness. In my most recent body of work, I have used it to represent bodily heat in the cool night, considering the verb “to crimson”, i.e. to blush, and the intimacy that entails. I want to capture some of what it feels to lie in bed and the sensations felt during the transition from waking to sleeping. The body feels heavy, limbs droop, and cheeks feel warm against cool cotton sheets. 

 

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