Melbourne-based artist George Rose spends most of her time climbing up ladders and painting murals.
Since abandoning her formal design training several years ago, she has opted to pursue a multidisciplinary art practice to use colour, gradients and type to spread her uplifting messages.
George has spent the last several years travelling from one project to another, rarely in one city for longer then a few months completing art commissions for a diverse range of clients. She has recently worked with Brown Brothers, Instagram, Mastercard, Melbourne Central and Star Wars to name a few. If she’s not completing work for commercial projects, she’s on the global street art festival circuit including Colour Tumby, First Coat, Perfect Match, Roskilde, Street Prints, Tropica, Wall to Wall and Wonderwalls.
George has also been the recipient of some award-winning work including the Borrowed Wall Art Prize for Liverpool City (2016) and the Skate Park in Canberra (2017).
George Rose is drawn to the beautiful and diverse Australian landscape that has formed the inspiration for this mural.
This artwork is comprised of the bright colours George is known for and features of local flora Sturt Desert rose, Hibiscus brennanii and Nymphea violaces.
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