Georgie Stewart is an illustrator artist who has developed her own visual language by combining a natural drawing style with explosive colour selection. Her artworks embrace colour-driven textures and vibrant, eye-popping landscapes. Joy, optimism, curiosity, a zest for life – these are the themes Georgie aims for in her work and they’re reflected through the energetic colour fusions she concocts.
After obtaining a masters degree in Contemporary Art at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in 2019, Georgie trained at Camberwell College of Art with an MA in Illustration before finishing her studies at the Royal Drawing School in London. Georgie’s work was featured in Issue 8 of Ladies’ Drawing Club Magazine, a publication celebrating emerging female artists from around the world. A selection of her works have been exhibited and auctioned in group shows including Under the Same Sky, Visual Space’s Spring Exhibition, Art for Relief’s online sales in collaboration with The Auction Collective, and Sotheby’s Institute of Art Student Auction. This spring Georgie is embarking on a camper van trip across Europe, where she is headed for an artist residency at The Skopelos Foundation for the Arts, Greece.
Georgie’s first solo exhibition ‘The Woods are Lovely, Dark and Deep’ was held at Cave in Pimlico, 17th-20th March 2022. It was curated by Celia Higson.