For a number of years, Norwich-based contemporary printmaker artist Anthony George was employed as a technical assistant with the British Antarctic Survey.
His latest works depict an abstracted reflection of what he saw in and around the research stations there, primarlity at the Grytviken Whaling Station.
Visually, the work is wilfully colourful, playful and pleasing, and certainly aims for a sensory response. On consideration, the work also asks questions about shape and colour, about proportion, scale and perspective; about what it is to be something, about how things 'are' in the space around us.
A selection of Anthony's latest works will be available to view shortly