Georgia Crook is an artist and sculptor who is primarily drawn to combining both cultural and natural heritage in her work. Georgia explores this symbiotic relationship through small to medium-scale art and craft. She uses texture and the natural facets of the materials as her guide to create one-off sculptural pieces.
Georgia has a workshop along the banks of Loch Tay where she also lives with her husband and children. She has many years of experience in working with willow and paper in both sculptural and practical ways. One day she hit upon the idea of using them both at once, resulting in the beautiful sculptures you see today.