Bio

Georgina Heywood-Smith has become well known for her signature black and white engraved artworks, all inspired by her surroundings throughout the south-west of England.

Georgina practices in one of the oldest forms of printmaking to create her work, and the labour-intensive process to create her pieces allows for time and space to study her chosen subjects, in great detail.


Her work is founded in realism, and is a close observation of her environment. The themes of the artwork range from the permanence of history and architecture, to the fragility of seasons and nature.


Exhibitions

2022
Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, Burlington Arcade, London

2022

NEAC Annual Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London

2022

Edition 8; Open Printmaking Exhibition, 44AD Artspace, Bath

2022
Royal Society of British Artists' Annual Exhibition 2022, Mall Galleries, London

2022
     
South-West Scenes, WHY Gallery, Frome (Solo Exhibition)

2022
     
Black Pig, Gallery At The Station, Frome 

2022
Hope & Humanity: in the Commonwealth 2022, 44AD Artspace, Bath



2021     
Where We Live, Spacecraft, Wiltshire (Solo Exhibition)

2021     
Art & Flowers
, Quercus Gallery at Wingfield House, Wiltshire


2020     
Open Printmaking Exhibition 2020 City and Stars, 44AD Artspace, Bath



Studied

1998- 2001 Winchester School of Art

2018 – 2019 with Chris Pig, Black Pig Printmaking Studio