Georgia Green is a printmaker and painter from the UK. Her practice follows the narrative of things hidden. Those intimate objects unearthed from soil, city, and sea, saturate the surface of the landscape. Pigmented shells and stones, sea glass and pottery, seeds, galls, and debris. Each print is a memento of a space sealed within an organic structure. As she peers into the small, quiet world of things underfoot she glimpses a multitude of humdrum treasures; an unacknowledged history fully formed in miniature.
During her stay, she experimented and created various prints inspired by the local landscape, nature, and her experience here.
Photos by Evgenija Ristovska and Georgia Elizabeth Green