Harvest Moon (2021) oil on canvas, 91 x 121 cm
Georg Wilson is a London-based painter and the co-founder of artist-led All Mouth Gallery. She is enrolled on the Painting MA at the Royal College of Art (2022) and received her BA in Art History at the University of Oxford (2020). Her work has been exhibited by Guts Gallery, Arusha Gallery and Art on a Postcard, amongst others, and published in ArtMaze magazine. She is a recipient of the Elizabeth Greenshields award (2021).
Wilson's practice is directed by the cyclical change of the English seasons, from equinox to equinox. Each tiny fluctuation in the landscape, from wildlife, food, to quality of light informs the content of her work. England is a porous land of seeping, oozing layers, where many stories and temporalities can overlap, coexist and touch, all in one place; Where green-hooded things dance every May Day and where she still salutes one lone magpie for sorrow. Her paintings peer between these intertwined layers of England’s folklore, history, landscape and custom, searching for a way to a strange new home, where this murky mess of weird narratives can intertwine and live together. By teasing this obscured knowledge into the present, she hopes to enchant the viewer into a sense of curiosity about this land.