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Georgia Peskett's recent work on linen and Intaglio prints are part of an on-going project examining the idea of hope.
Her series 'Hope and Fortune' explores old superstitions in our everyday lives. Considering many of the long held beliefs that seeing certain things may influence life events in some way, bringing with it some hope. She has exhibited nationally and internationally for the past sixteen years, Georgia has exhibited in The Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition in London.
Her work can be found in private and public collections worldwide including British Telecom collection and The Bentley Headquarters.
Featured here are a selection of her urban and semi-rural landscapes.