has been drawing since her fingers were coordinated enough to hold
onto a crayon. There was incontrovertible proof, a skeleton in white
crayon, on the bottom of one of her mother's tables - boldly signed
by the 5-year old artist.
through grammar school she was hounded by her teachers for not staying
in the lines, but Georgia still ended up in college as an Art major
- where they promptly told her not to stay in the lines.
she never finished her degree, Georgia continued to draw and paint
for her own enjoyment, branching out into more "craft" type projects
as different techniques caught her interest. She produced fliers
for her boyfriend's band which were very popular with their fans,
which finally lead to a job as a production artist in a small print
shop (well before the time when everything was done electronically
the years, much of Georgia's artwork has been devoted to portraits
and illustrations of various actors in her favorite television shows,
movies, or books. This led her into experimenting with colored pencil
portraits (both on standard white stock and black card stock), pointillism
with pen and ink, and using watercolor markers and colored inks
Georgia now works as a Graphic Designer in the Silicon Valley,
and through her job has been drawn into experimentation with digital
artwork using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Although Georgia does admit to a an unending
desire to feel the drag of the paintbrush across canvas once more.