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Scalpel work by Georgia Russell

Scalpel work by Georgia Russell

Fabulous Scalpel work by Georgia Russell, Scottish artist

Scalpel work by Georgia Russell
Scottish artist Russell is well-versed in manipulating two-dimensional prints into highly textured images with the aid of a knife. Utilizing the sharp edge of a scalpel, her body of work adds a fleeting layer organic curves and scores that often move in a gesture similar to a feather or fur. Russell has been represented by England & Co since she graduated from the Royal College of Art. And her numerous solo and group exhibitions with the gallery have led to her work being acquired by The Victoria and Albert Museum. In addition, exhibitions in museums in Europe, Canada and the USA, including the Museum of Art & Design, New York for Slash: Paper Under the Knife in 2009-10. Russell featured in the England & Co exhibitions Persistent Obsessions and The Map Is Not the Territory Revisited, and the gallery at the Zoo Art Fair in 2009.

Scalpel work by Scottish artist Georgia Russell

Beautiful art work by Scottish artist

Scalpel work by Georgia Russell

Creative Scalpel work by Scottish artist Georgia Russell

Creative art work by Scottish artist

Creative Scalpel work by Scottish artist Georgia Russell

Fantasy

Creative Scalpel work by Scottish artist Georgia Russell

Liberation

Creative Scalpel work by Scottish artist Georgia Russell

From the series Liberation

Creative Scalpel work by Scottish artist Georgia Russell

Creative art work by Scottish artist

Creative Scalpel work by Scottish artist Georgia Russell

Abstract work by Scottish artist Georgia Russell

Creative Scalpel work by Scottish artist Georgia Russell

Beautiful art work by Scottish artist Russell

Creative Scalpel work by Scottish artist Georgia Russell

Cut book jacket in acrylic case

Creative Scalpel work by Scottish artist Georgia Russell

Cut photographs in acrylic case

Creative Scalpel work by Scottish artist Georgia Russell

First and Last Things 2011. Cut book in a bell jar

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