BA (Hons) Fine Art, Nottingham Trent University

“I want to interrogate what a landscape can be,” says Georgia Duncan, who combines painting and drawing in her practice to experiment with depth and depiction. Beginning with fast, playful and gestural watercolour, in order to manifest a world stemming from her imagination, she then instinctively layers with ink, acting as a navigational tool, to create a graphic play on dimensionality and abstraction.

“I want the viewer to spend time questioning the tangible world, and how we introject ourselves into open spaces which seem far more knowing than ourselves,” she says.

Degree Show: Dates for the Nottingham Trent University show, entitled ‘Liminal’, are still to be confirmed. A website showcasing the work of graduating artists will be live from 26 June 2020. Follow NTU Fine Art on Instagram for updates.

Georgia Duncan on Instagram

Degree show: dates for the Nottingham Trent University show, entitled ‘Liminal’, are still to be confirmed. A website showcasing the work of graduating artists will be live from 26 June 2020. Follow NTU Fine Art on Instagram for updates.

Images:
1. Georgia Duncan, The Window, watercolour paint and ink on cold-pressed Aquafine texture watercolour paper, 254x178mm, 2019. Selected as NTU’s official submission for The Freeland Painting Prize 2020.
2. Georgia Duncan, Looking Out and It Being There, watercolour paint and ink on Fabriano Artistico cold-pressed watercolour paper, 610x420mm, 2020.
3. Georgia Duncan, Dusk to Dawn, watercolour paint and ink on cold-pressed Aquafine texture watercolour paper, 254x178mm, 2020.


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