Georgie Mason is a young artist who lives and works in London’s Hackney Wick.  Georgie paints land/seascapes from memories and sketches of places she’s visited – most recently South America.  She uses a variety of materials to build texture including polyfilla, mud and beeswax and paints with anything from her fingers to windscreen wipers.

Not influenced by sometimes-ephemeral trends of the contemporary art world, Georgie tries to produce timeless pieces she herself would want on her wall. She is inspired by the natural world, having been brought up in the Suffolk countryside, and tries to explore that relationship with nature in her work. There is a constant struggle to maintain emotionally connected with the flow of the work during the process of painting - which is what gives it integrity - whilst also stepping back and making it visually successful.  

Georgie's work is shown in galleries across the UK including the Royal Academy, she has had three solo shows in 2017 and is currently on an art residency at Oundle School near Peterborough. Her work sells to a number of notable patrons across both the art world and the wider world. 

Solo Exhibitons

2017   'Memoryscapes', The Palm Tree Gallery,  Portobello (until 10 August)

2017   'Views from a Train', Lavenham Hall Gallery, Suffolk

2017  'The Sea, The Sea', H. Forman & Son Smokehouse Gallery, London, January

2017  The Boston Consulting Group, Marylebone Office, London

2016  The Boston Consulting Group, Marylebone Office, London


Selected Mixed Exhibitions

2017  Battersea Affordable Art Fair, with Foss Fine Art

2016  The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

2016  Battersea Affordable Art Fair,  with Foss Fine Art, London

2015  Cheffins Art Prize, Cheffins Auction House, Cambridge

2015  Bath Society of Artists Annual Exhibition, The Victoria Gallery, Bath


Awards & Achievements

2017  Artist in residence at Oundle School

2017  Judge of Young Art East Anglia

2017  Shortlisted for New English Art Club Annual Exhibition

2017  Shortlisted for National Open Art Prize

2016  Selected for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

2015  Winner of the Harry Walker Young Artist's Prize, at the Bath Society of Artists Annual Exhibition, The Victoria Gallery

2015  Finalist in the Cheffins Art Prize

2015  Shortlisted for The Royal Bath and West of England Show Art Scholarship

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