Artist Profile - Georgie Dowling

Bude Coast Cornwall
View From The Train to Hereford
Morning on Cleve Hill
Cows in Zennor
Stubble Fields Herefordshire

Bude Coast Cornwall

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Measurements: 25 x 35cm unframed

Year: 2021

Price: £175 Plus Delivery

View From The Train to Hereford

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Measurements: 40 x 40cm unframed

Year: 2021

Price: £280 Plus Delivery

Morning on Cleve Hill

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Measurements: 25 x 40cm unframed

Year: 2021

Price: £195 Plus Delivery

Cows in Zennor

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Measurements: 50 x 40cm unframed

Year: 2021

Price: £350 Plus Delivery

Stubble Fields Herefordshire

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Measurements: 40 x 40cm unframed

Year: 2021

Price: £280 Plus Delivery

Bude Coast Cornwall

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Measurements: 25 x 35cm unframed

Year: 2021

Price: £175 Plus Delivery

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About Georgie Dowling
Artist Statement

Bude Coast Cornwall
View From The Train to Hereford
Morning on Cleve Hill
Cows in Zennor
Stubble Fields Herefordshire
Bude Coast Cornwall
View From The Train to Hereford
Morning on Cleve Hill
Cows in Zennor
Stubble Fields Herefordshire

Biography

Georgie was raised in rural West Wales surrounded by rolling hills and fields, no doubt influencing her current artistic practice. Having moved to Cheltenham to study Fine Art she has now based herself there working from her home studio. Inspired by the British countryside, she explores the beauty of the landscape through her oil paintings. 


Artist Statement

“I work with thick strokes of paint applied with a palette knife creating simple shapes in attempt to highlight the flashes of colour and other defining details that stood out to me. I work quite quickly and my marks are spontaneous and impulsive, I embrace happy accidents and enjoy the life that can be seen in a painting when the artist works instinctively. Inspiration comes to me while exploring the British landscape, sourcing colours and shapes that give me a sense of place. I’m fascinated by the relationship between the natural and man-made lines and forms in the landscape and how the two come together to create a harmonious aesthetic. I find myself drawn to the patterns of trees and hedgerows or structures of walls and paths that define the shapes in our landscape.”