In 2015 Margarita undertook a solo Landscape Painting Road Trip across some of Australias most remote and desolate outback regions. She also explored the lush and voluptuous landscapes and valleys of Queensland, Victoria and NSW.

This road trip along with her 2017 artists residency in France, were made possible through the generous support of collectors, family, friends and colleagues via a self initiated crowdfunded campaign.

As a studio painter, Georgiadis produces sketches en plein air, and takes thousands of photographs; returning to her studio to produce new work based on her explorations.

This online exhibition features a selection of artworks inspired by the discoveries of her journey across Australia, her local regional landscapes and artist residencies in
France 2017 - 2018.

Internationally renowned Australian artist,
Margarita Georgiadis studied both printmaking and painting at the National Art School and Sydney College of the Arts.
She has held many solo exhibitions, participates in regular group and solo shows, has won and been short listed for numerous prestigious National art prizes including:
The Archibald, The Mosman Art Prize,
The Paddington Art Prize.
Awarded The Veolia Mulwaree Trust Scholarship in 2017
to undertake an artists residency in France.
Margarita's work is included in private and corporate collections world wide.
Margarita's career as an artist spans over twenty years.
She lives and works in an old and much loved theatre in a small country town and teaches regularly at
The Goulburn Regional Art Gallery. Margarita is founder and Principal Tutor at Gunning Fine Art Classes.

"Margarita Georgiadis draws on the complexity and contradictions of the landscapes around her and of the people she conjures in paint. Her greatest skill is her ability to access the fragility of the human spirit. In every single work, there is a suggestion of the painful fallibility of humankind and a reminder of the cyclical quality of everlasting time". 
Prue Gibson, Australian Art Review, 2010