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GeorgieDeeArt

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Artist and Tutor.


University of Southern Queensland, Bachelor of Creative Arts, 2016

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:
2018, ‘Icons’, Hervey Bay Regional Gallery, Hervey Bay

COLLABORATIVE EXHIBITIONS:
2018, ‘The Quilt Challenge’, Hervey Bay Regional Gallery, Hervey Bay
2016, ‘Feast Your Eyes’, Red Door Gallery, USQ Toowoomba

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2018,“35th Annual Competitive Art Exhibition 2018”,Hervey Bay Regional Gallery,Hervey Bay
2017, “Reef Project: Hidden Wonders”, Hervey Bay Regional Gallery, Hervey Bay
2016, “GraduArt”, USQ Arts Gallery; Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, Toowoomba
2016, “The Museum”, Red Door Gallery, USQ Toowoomba
2016, “Islands on the Coast”, Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, Toowoomba
2016, “Art Haus II”, USQ Arts Gallery, USQ Toowoomba
2016, “Right Here, Right Now II”, USQ Arts Gallery, USQ Toowoomba
2015, “Islands on the Coast”, Dogwood Crossing, Miles
2014, “Paper, Scissors, Rock”, Red Door Gallery, USQ Toowoomba

Interviews and features:
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My CV: sta.sh/0suiumgixhw


"For to me, to live is Christ, and to die is gain." (Phil 1:21)

"Beloved, let us love one another, for love is of God; and everyone who loves is born of God and knows God. He who does not love does not know God, for God is love. In this the love of God was manifested toward us, that God has sent His only begotten Son into the world, that we might live through Him." (1 John 4:7-9)


Lonely-Stamp by Dinoclaws Steadfastness by GeorgieDeeArt
+Loved+ by Redkuu Christian Sex ...read desc by impersonalinfo Melanchthon Faith Stamp by GeorgieDeeArt
Luck will only steal your hard work by XxDiaLinnxX It's a treasure, not a toy. by XxDiaLinnxX Jesus heals by DanileeNatsumi
Stamp-I'll Pray For You by Jazzy-C-Oaks

Instagram art: georgiedeeart
Instagram photography: idophotographyaswell
Flickr: Georgie Dee/Joojie99

Favourite Visual Artist
Durer; Rothko; Hilma af Klimt;
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Kvelertak
Tools of the Trade
Pen and Camera
Other Interests
Music, Psychology, Pyschotherapy, Theology, Philosophy, History, Politics, Management, Education, Literature

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A finely manipulated image of urban industry. The man-made being re-taken over by nature.

Technically the image is very clear and pleasing to the eye. Clarity can make a huge difference in a photo of an urban / industrial setting because of all the textures. Limiting grain and overexposure allows the shapes and lines to be seen accurately. This photo has accomplished that. The black and white effect too helps emphasise the snow.

The composition is neatly balanced, with the main subject positioned in the right pane, it gives the viewer's eye a chance to wonder around left pane of negative space and play with their imagination to fill the rest of the scene. An intriguing effect to have in a photo.
Nature was certainly on your side - contrast between the right and left background - between plant and snow, fine wispy grass that adds texture but still allows clear vision of the headlight, a blanket of snow and fine snow falling.
The falling snow certainly adds a 'magical' element. And the overall feel is like that of reminiscing on a memory.

Very simple image with a long lasting aesthetic view.
First Snow
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A well executed photo of an ordinary subject.

Often rose photos and flower photos in general are left to wither away under the radar as a mediocre documentary of someone's garden.
To create an effective photo of anything roses, one needs to consider the fragility and beauty of the rose's nature and capture that in an aesthetic light. This shot does just that.
The colours most nature enthusiasts are used to, but its ordinariness is removed because they are re-composed into well balanced composition of pink and green. Also the balance between foreground and background creates a subtle effect that embraces the beauty and delicacy of the petals.

The consistency in your gallery is to be applauded. This piece can easily sit among the rest of the nature collection in your gallery.
Simply beautiful!
Roses Whispers
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A photo of exquisite beauty and structure.

The angle of this photo has created an interesting effect of perspective, capturing the totality of the Fontana di Trevi but also exaggerating the grand qualities which the building stands for. You have done well to capture the great detail and architectural features of this historical beauty.
To exaggerate the saturation of both building and sky emphasises appropriately the drama and grandeur of Fontana di Trevi, it complements well with its statues located in the front. The present natural lighting also adds to the theatrical qualities of the photo. These qualities really separate this image away from the standard "tourist" photo typically found of this building.

Cleverly thought out to capture the rock face in it's entirety to make comment on how the old architects intended for the building to be displayed, as if naturally erupted from the waters.
Clarity of image is high and focussed well.
Only distraction are the tourist figures on the far left (though forgivable)

Quite a theatrical image, beautifully presenting the building with integrity through a high quality developed image.
Fontana di Trevi
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It is a very homely and lush scene. It evokes a very refreshing atmosphere, welcoming anyone to come and cross that bridge.
You are to be commended on capturing a photo that has a lot of detail, without putting too much into the frame. The tree on the right distorts the view a bit, but it does give good perspective for the depth of the image. Effective work between the dark and light - such as underneath the bridge compared to the highlights of the water, this creates good contrast.
Negative criticisms are: This piece would have worked a lot better if following the Rule of Thirds a bit closer. Fro example, the bridge could have been lowered and brought over the to left or right more, not floating precariously between he left and middle column. The overall clarity of this photo is also very pixelated and a bit harsh on the eye.
Effective work but needs refining technically.
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