Georgie Gough

When artist Georgie Gough came across the technique of encaustic painting she fell in love with it.

The technique involves painting with a hot iron on which is melted beeswax crayons. Amazing effects are achieved. It’s a medium that is texture-rich almost to the point of tactile.

Georgie’s solo exhibition Think You’ve Seen It All?

was held at the Serpentine in April 2008.

'Dancing Nymphs'

Donated to the Serpentine's

Art Auction 2012 fundraiser

'Landscape' - encaustic

from Art Auction 2010

It featured lots of encaustic paintings,

as well as a series of acrylic paintings

inspired by

David Icke’s book Children of the Matrix and The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life series by

Drunvalo Melchizedek.

Exploring the possibilities of life through colour and form.

Image: Northern Rivers Echo.

Georgie Gough gives a demonstration

of her arts technique at the Serpentine, 2008.

'Last Tree' was on view at the gallery during Extravaganza Nov/Dec 2007

and made an appearance for Tree in November 2008.


17 Bridge St, North Lismore, NSW, 2480.

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