Tangled Red Figures
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Through the process of making, I intend to question the stability of cultural binaries drawn between digital and physical worlds, as I combine a physically enduring painterly practice with the latest technologies available to me. Informed by Isabelle Graw’s rigorous analysis of painting, I wish to complicate and pluralise the idea of this medium to challenge its monolithic articulations, in hope to encourage a more nuanced framework for considering this ancient art form. The content of my work deals primarily with the body, living in a time where social media platforms are exploding, our visual identities are constantly being negotiated. Drawing from this I create figures whose features play with themes of digital aesthetics, featuring smooth, unblemished surfaces and saturated colour. These voluptuous painted characters echo the computer software they were initially designed in. The digital surface allows me to work at varying scales wherefrom I can inscribe precise ornamental descriptions alongside voluptuous curving lines. Later in the process, I blow up the size of the figure enormously as I translate it through paint onto a huge canvas support. The large scale emphasises the physicality of the painterly process that subsequently follows. My use of oil paint is a conscious effort to move away from the flat and to add towards the volume that these forms describe, oil paint responds to my need to build sculptural structures and to anchor each as immutable objects.


Oil paintings by contemporary artist Georgia Dymock combine digital technologies and traditional painting media to explore the digital-analog dichotomy. Themes of gender and identity arise through Georgia's paintings whose exaggerated features are an uncanny simulation of the human figure. Georgia's paintings are distinct in their skillful combination of form, shape and composition - making them immediately recognizable.

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Tangled Red Figures
Tangled Red Figures - created by Georgia Dymock
Initial Price
$6,800 USD
Grandmas Pearls
Grandmas Pearls
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$11,900 USD
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Girl with Phone
Girl with Phone
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$11,900 USD
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Joined Red Figures with Fan
Joined Red Figures with Fan
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$11,900 USD
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Two Joined Figures
Two Joined Figures
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$6,800 USD
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Girl with Phone
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$6,800 USD
Digital

Joined Red Figures with Fan
Joined Red Figures with Fan
Initial Price
$6,800 USD
Digital

Grandmas Pearls
Initial Price
$6,800 USD
Digital


Through the process of making, I intend to question the stability of cultural binaries drawn between digital and physical worlds, as I combine a physically enduring painterly practice with the latest technologies available to me. Informed by Isabelle Graw’s rigorous analysis of painting, I wish to complicate and pluralise the idea of this medium to challenge its monolithic articulations, in hope to encourage a more nuanced framework for considering this ancient art form. The content of my work deals primarily with the body, living in a time where social media platforms are exploding, our visual identities are constantly being negotiated. Drawing from this I create figures whose features play with themes of digital aesthetics, featuring smooth, unblemished surfaces and saturated colour. These voluptuous painted characters echo the computer software they were initially designed in. The digital surface allows me to work at varying scales wherefrom I can inscribe precise ornamental descriptions alongside voluptuous curving lines. Later in the process, I blow up the size of the figure enormously as I translate it through paint onto a huge canvas support. The large scale emphasises the physicality of the painterly process that subsequently follows. My use of oil paint is a conscious effort to move away from the flat and to add towards the volume that these forms describe, oil paint responds to my need to build sculptural structures and to anchor each as immutable objects.


Oil paintings by contemporary artist Georgia Dymock combine digital technologies and traditional painting media to explore the digital-analog dichotomy. Themes of gender and identity arise through Georgia's paintings whose exaggerated features are an uncanny simulation of the human figure. Georgia's paintings are distinct in their skillful combination of form, shape and composition - making them immediately recognizable.


Tangled Red Figures
Tangled Red Figures - created by Georgia Dymock
Initial Price
$6,800 USD

Grandmas Pearls
Grandmas Pearls
Initial Price
$11,900 USD
Physical

Girl with Phone
Girl with Phone
Initial Price
$11,900 USD
Physical

Joined Red Figures with Fan
Joined Red Figures with Fan
Initial Price
$11,900 USD
Physical

Two Joined Figures
Two Joined Figures
Initial Price
$6,800 USD
Digital

Girl with Phone
Initial Price
$6,800 USD
Digital

Joined Red Figures with Fan
Joined Red Figures with Fan
Initial Price
$6,800 USD
Digital

Grandmas Pearls
Initial Price
$6,800 USD
Digital

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