Georges portraits are a moment in time that show his interest in the person and celebrates who they are. His self portraits often distorted in rippled glass and misted mirror serve as a metaphor for reality and what lies beyond our physical selves.
Georges abstract paintings are about the fun and enjoyment of painting in a meditative state involving colour and texture.
George’s Plein air paintings are quick sketches that are about the enjoyment and enrichment of the natural world and improving his observational skills as a painter.
George uses signs and symbols converging meaning, making new poetic thoughts and statements.
George’s reliefs are about the joy of looking and scrutinizing exploring surface and depth through layering and resin.
George distorts and fragments pop icons showing another side to pop art and culture.
George’s street art is about the projection of the self in different environments looking at the inner and outer, private and public, introverted and extroverted.