Creating artwork that doesn't harm our environment by making homemade paints, inks and gessos and painting on recycled surfaces.
Most paints, including acrylics and oil paint, are detrimental to our environment. When artists use this paint and then wash their brushes up in the sink, harmful substances enter our waterways, polluting our environment. After graduating from Falmouth University with a degree in design niching in sustainability, Georgia decided to research ways of creating art with as little impact on the planet as possible. This involves using homemade paints that don’t have any toxic ingredients in that harm our waterways, natural inks using pigments foraged locally from plants and using recycled surfaces to paint on or discarded board offcuts that would otherwise go to landfill.