Inspired by the natural beauty of Devon and Cornwall, George creates stunning colourful impressions which manage to capture the very essence of seaside landscapes and the happy times they evoke.
With his initial roots embedded in the industrial North, George discovered the respite afforded by the tranquil and electric blues and greens that so epitomise the scenery of the South West. His free-flowing symmetrical expression was first noted at school, later maturing after many visits to St Ives and the surrounding vicinity – often considered to be the bastion of artistic flare and inspiration.
George often cites Alfred Wallace as one of the early influence on his style; he cleverly synergises the bold interaction of colour with the various shapes and symmetry so atypical of the seascape panoramas of the South West and he frequently travels between his Devonshire home to Cornwall searching for new inspiration to inform his body of work.
George’s work has been exhibited at galleries throughout the UK and is now becoming highly sought after both nationally and internationally.