Georgia Fullerton has a diverse history as a visual artist and expressive arts therapy practitioner. She studied visual arts at Red Deer College in Alberta, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at York University, and has gone on to exhibit her work both in Canada and internationally.
Working with acrylics and mixed media, Fullerton has painted portraits and figurative works that are a reflection of her life experience, inspired by emotion. In a new direction, she wishes to fuse representational images in an abstract expressionist style.
Driven by creative expression, Fullerton’s work in community includes facilitating therapeutic arts workshops for the Elementary Teachers Federation of Toronto, Durham District School Board, homeless shelters and community organizations. She sits on the board at the Centre for Expressive Arts Therapy and Education (The CREATE Institute) in Toronto, and is an active member of The Ontario Expressive Arts Therapy Association (OEATA).
In 2016, was a resident artist and facilitator for the Heart of Ajax public art installation project in conjunction with elementary and high schools in Ajax and the Town of Ajax Arts and Culture department. She is an active Station Gallery member, teaches art for a Durham region private school, and operates two arts-based small businesses JustGeorgia® and Full Fine Art offering therapeutic arts workshops and fine art sales.