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This exhibition is a retrospective of original works by artist Georgia Fullerton, spanning the past 23 years. This collection explores the synchronicities between abstract expressionism and the abstracted expressions in faces and figures.

gasp! (georgia’s abstract soul paintings) is the artists technique of fusing psychology and the intuitive creative process, inviting a therapeutic gaze for the viewer to align with, question, and re-imagine the image.

Contact the artist: www.fullfineart.com

Georgia Fullerton was born in Jamaica, West Indies and migrated to western Canada with her family in 1967. Trained and educated as a visual artist in the provinces of Alberta and Ontario, she has been practising and exhibiting for over 25 years. Today Georgia continues to create artworks for commission and exhibitions around the world. She is the former Vice President of the Ontario Expressive Arts Therapy Association and current board member, active on the acquisitions committee, at the largest contemporary art gallery in Durham Region, Ontario – The Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. Georgia sits on the Program Advisory Committee for the School of Media Art and Design at Durham College, Oshawa campus.

In 1985 Georgia received her diploma in Visual Arts at Red Deer College in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada before she transferred to Toronto, Ontario to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree at York University. Her dynamic images explore the relationship between the real and imagined, and express emotions and memories of her girlhood and Jamaican roots. Working with an intuitive approach and an abstract expressionist style, her original art explores the phenomenon of relational energy through unpredictable colour, form, line and texture. She has works in public and private collections throughout Canada, United States, Australia and the Caribbean.

Georgia’s life direction is to bolster awareness around the arts and educate all peoples in the acceptance of art making and empathy as life skills. Engaging all sides of her creative prowess, Georgia continues to deepen her understanding and practise of the arts in the mental health sector. She practises part-time as a counsellor and Expressive Arts Therapist and continues to create her original art at her home studio in Ajax, Ontario, Canada

“I follow a path of spontaneous exploration and stay sensitively aware of feelings, thoughts, sounds and movement as I create — keeping process over product as my primary goal.”

– Georgia Fullerton

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