Mothflower is pleased to present a duo show of work by these two London artists, studio mates and friends. For more information or to request a price list, please get in touch with us: email@example.com.
Throughout art school, Harry and Georgia would sit in their studios, discussing the ways and techniques of layering paint and tone in drawings. Between them, they reference artists for reminders and inspiration such as Althoff, Diebenkorn and Rothko. The pandemic and subsequent lockdowns put a halt to their in-person brainstorming sessions, which adapted into messages. In this way, they were able to continue sharing and exploring their independent thought processes and wonderings in art-making. Book-ended with self-awareness, their shared vulnerability is scattered throughout while often laughing to themselves. They exchange an interminable amount of encouragement between them : keep making work, remembering that the act is part of the adventure.
GEORGIA GRINTER (b.1995) is an artist based in London. She graduated with BA from The Glasgow School of Art in 2018. In recent years she has shown in group exhibitions with Wondering People 155A Gallery in 2021, Delphian Gallery; Online in 2020, and Warbling Collective 155A Gallery, London in 2020. Solo exhibitions include ‘Traffic Light’; presented by Wondering People at 50 Golbourne Road in January 2022 and ‘Cross Words’; The New Glasgow Society; Glasgow in 2019. She was selected for the residency at PADA Studio in 2019. Press includes It’s Nice That, Artmaze Magazine (Issues 17 and 27), and Venti Journal.
HARRY CLITHEROE (b. 1996) graduated with a BA Hons in Painting and Printmaking from Glasgow School of Art in 2018 and recently finished his studies on The Drawing Year at The Royal Drawing School. His work has been exhibited in group shows including The Royal Drawing School's 'Best of The Drawing Year' exhibition at Christie's, London in 2021 and The Royal Scottish Academy's 'New Contemporaries' exhibition in 2019. This year he was commissioned to illustrate a text in PAPERBOY Magazine and selected works were featured in Art Review Glasgow in 2018. He currently lives and works in London.