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64.8 x 50cm

acrylic, sticks, leaves & collage on marbled paper


Georgie Hopton (born 1967, North Yorkshire) lives and works in London, graduating from St. Martins in 1989.  Always working with and across varied media, Hopton has worked primarily for some time in collage and printmaking, both of which are translated into textiles at intervals, forming an evolving collection of fabrics, wallpapers and rugs. Hopton cites Nature as supplying inspiration, materials, tools and teaching and many long summers, until recently, were spent at her upstate NY farm where she had the luxury of direct experiment and experience, submerged in it. Moving between figuration, abstraction and pattern, Hopton believes all are n ecessary to both to attempt to meet and reflect her ideas and, like her heroes of the Wiener Werkstaette and the Arts and Crafts movement, her heart lies in creativity with no boundaries, but the occasional border or curtain are sometimes necessary to frame the view.


Recent exhibitions include Royal Academy Summer Show 2023, Chance Encounters, Lyndsey Ingram 2023. Hopton’s work is housed in several permanent collections including the Arts Council collection and the Tate Gallery. Public commissions can be seen at the Home Office and Royal London Hospital.

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