Every 2 Hrs
Elrod's paintings are developed from a series of gouache and mixed media studies. Her compositions contemplate individual physicality in its relation to the world around us by delineating where the two mesh and how they interact. Her works posit physical identity as both a visual and an experiential abstraction, mixing imagery that is both unidentifiable and familiar. In this painting, the artist uses organic forms and bold colors that suggest familiar objects while remaining somewhat abstract.
Georgia Elrod develops her paintings from careful studies in gouache and mixed media to create depictions of the body as transforming architecture. Her compositions contemplate where and how individual physicality melds with the world around us. Elrod’s work uses familiar and unidentifiable imagery to imagine physical identity as a kind of visual and experiential abstraction.