Georgia Hayes

   
Oportuno 111, 2007, oil on canvas, 183x244cm


Georgia Hayes borrows a direct simplicity from the graphic world transforming it into large visceral paintings. She paints from animal snapshots imbibing them with private pleasures, anxiety and fears; focusing on the relationship between the animals being watched by humans and the animals watching us.

Her recent exhibitions include John Moores 25 (2008) and Seeing the Wood for the Trees, HQ Gallery, Lewes, Sussex. Hayes has exhibited extensively including at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, East Open and Oriel Mostyn Open.