Georgia Grinter explores the parallels between chaos in fast paced consumerist society next to the repetitive fleet in nature. Both rhythms are juxtaposed with entirely contrasting beats; one dressed in the artificial and one evolving an organic pattern. Humans conquer the outdoors like a refusal of senses or feeling. Georgia plays with shadows and animal narratives to question our connection with our natural state and refusal of its intuition. Using monoprinting methods to re -discover oil paint, she continues to explore the fundamentality and urgency drawing enables.
based in Glasgow and Bath.
(date to be confirmed) - Delphian Gallery 'Open Call' , Online Exhibition
2020 May - Kara Mirva Gallery - Online Gallery
2020 May - Curated for Covid - Online Exhibition
2020 April - 'Walk On By', Window Exhibition, Online Exhibition
2019 Dec - 'Christmas Show' curated by Maddie Rose Hills, Clapham North, London.
2019 Sept - 'PADA x Turps Residency' Group Exhibition, Barreiro, Portugal.
2019 April - 'Cross Words', Solo Exhib, New Glasgow Society, Glasgow
2018 June - 'Glasgow School of Art Degree Show' Exhibition, Glasgow.
2018 May - 'Gestures' Group Exhibition, GY Festival Open House, Glasgow.
2017 Oct - 'Composite' Group Exhibition, Oxford House, Glasgow.
2017 Sept - 'BODS' Group Exhibition, SafeHouse 1, Peckham London.
2017 April - 'Series Three' Group Exhibition, The Glue factory, Glasgow.
2016 June - '25% Extra' Group Exhibition, Laurieston Arches, Glasgow.
2016 April - 'PAT Tested' Group Exhibition Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow.
2016 June - 'Summer Show' Falmouth University Foundation Exhibition, Falmouth.
2020 Delphian Gallery Open Call Exhibiter
2019 Sept - PADA x Turps Banana Residency, Barreiro, Portugal
2017 Dec- 'Three Oil Paintings of Grandma'; Commissioned props inspired by Picasso, for Film 'Prussian Blue Hue' Directed by Sophie May, Falmouth.