Georgia Fullerton

Visual artist Georgia Fullerton applies an intuitive approach to her abstract expressionist style. Her dynamic images blend the real and imagined, and express emotions and memories of her girlhood and Jamaican West Indies roots. She explores the phenomenon of relational energy through unpredictable colour, form, line, and texture.

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“I follow a path of spontaneous exploration,” Georgia says, “and stay sensitively aware of feelings, thoughts, sounds and movement as I create -- keeping process over product as my primary goal.” For over 30 years, she’s been exhibiting her works around the world. Her art appears in public and private collections throughout Canada, United States, Australia, and the Caribbean.

Georgia is the first Black practicing visual artist to sit on the board of directors of the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, and the first Black woman to chair the Acquisitions and Collection Management committee of the gallery.

By crossing over the intersections of black woman, single mother, Jamaican Canadian, professional artist, arts educator and creative arts therapist, Georgia dedicates herself to all areas of the arts and spreading its healing powers to others. This passion extends to work as an Expressive Arts Therapist in the gallery at Station Gallery in Whitby, Ontario and numerous community partners throughout her career. Georgia is a faculty member of the School of Media, Art and Design at Durham College in Oshawa, Ontario and creates at her home studio in Durham Region, Ontario.

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