Georgina Clapham is a British painter based between Dorset and London, UK. She has previously attended City and Guilds of London Art School, 2013 and The Glasgow School of Art, 2014-16, where her work was purchased into the archive. In 2015 she was awarded The Richard Ford Award Travel Scholarship to draw at the Prado Museum Madrid, which helped underpin her knowledge of Old Master paintings. More recently she was accepted onto an Intensive Drawing Course at The Royal Drawing
School, London, 2017.
Her work has been exhibited across the UK and internationally, holding her debut solo show, ‘Mythologies and Metamorphoses,’ at Triumph Gallery, Moscow in 2018. She has been involved in selected group shows at The Royal Scottish Academy, ‘RSA: New Contemporaries,’ Edinburgh, Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh and The Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, Glasgow. In 2017 she was awarded ‘Most Promising Artist,’ at the Aon Community Art Award in the Leadenhall Building, London. Notable recent group shows include, ‘Me Myself and I,’ Collyer Bristow Gallery, London, 2020 and ‘LIMBO,’ at Everyday Gallery, Belgium, 2020 and ‘No Time Like The Present,’ Public Gallery, London, 2020. She has worked on commissions including custom hand painted gloves in collaboration with fashion designer Dilara Findikoglu for her SS2020 London Fashion Week show.