Georgia Fullerton is a professional visual artist, expressive arts therapy practitioner, arts-educator and public speaker. Her dynamic abstract art explores the relationship between the real and imagined, and reveals her emotions, memories of her girlhood and Jamaican roots. Her work can be found in private and public collections in her community and around the world.
Georgia has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Toronto’s York University, and is a graduate of The CREATE Institute of Toronto (Center for Expressive Art Therapy and Education). She currently teaches part-time at Cambridge International Academy, facilitates paint parties and expressive arts workshops in the community and creates her powerful, unique art in her home studio in Ajax, Ontario.
Georgia is a member of the board directors at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery and the Ontario Expressive Arts Therapy Association.
Check out her website www.fullfineart.com to learn more about her work.