Young Belgian graphic artist and illustrator Géraldine Georges’ creations are hovering between photography and graphics. Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels (Académie des beaux-arts) graduate spent her early years working for several advertising agencies and then decided to take full control of her professional carrier and started operating as a freelance illustrator. Since becoming an independent artist, she has been featured at many galleries around the world, including the Sophie Maree Gallery in the Netherlands and the Auguste Clown Gallery in Australia.
Korn By Géraldine Georges
The Magical Divas Of Géraldine Georges
Using black as color enhancement.
I like how the humanistic components in Géraldine’s work are gently incorporated into the floating – mostly monochrome – frame of patterns and textures which emphasizes the softness of the female body, which is usually placed in the center of her compositions to highlight the presence of the human aspect. She beautifully blends all the elements of collages to make them seamlessly glide into each other, creating smooth and delicate work of art.
Puppet By Géraldine Georges
I never had a specific intention, I never know what the result will be, I just draw and make collages, because it’s a need, that’s my only way to clear my head and relax. My inspiration is life all around. Life, emotion, death, nature.