Georgia is a self-taught artist. She began painting in 1968 while living in California. After moving to St. George in 1991, she joined a hiking club and explored the Southern Utah outdoors. Her paintings relate to the natural beauty and colors of the canyons, mountains, and sandstone cliffs. The flora and desert wildlife along with the history and art of the Native American people further inspire her paintings.
She loves the windows and textures in the sandstone formed by nature’s forces of wind and rain over the ages and strives to replicate the feelings in her pottery. While meandering in the desert, Georgia gathers dried desert materials such as manzanita, driftwood, and sage to incorporate in the handles of her pottery.
Shown are examples of Georgia's art work. Call for price and additional visuals.