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Ceramics & Glass (MA)

Georgina Fuller

Georgina is a 23-year-old London-based Australian ceramics and glass artist. She developed a particularly keen interest in ceramics at an early age; influenced by her artistic mother, she practised it throughout her years of schooling. After graduating from high school in 2017, her work was accepted into Art Express and nominated for Shape, two highly regarded exhibitions for Australian high school graduates in art and design. In 2018 she was accepted at the University of Arts London, where she completed a BA (Hons) in Ceramic Design (2021). 

Following the completion of her BA, Georgina applied to the RCA to study for an MA in Ceramics and Glass from which she will graduate in 2023. After spending her first year expanding her technical and conceptual knowledge of ceramics, she has dedicated her second year to exploring glass, creating a body of work in casting & pâté de verre.

As an emerging artist she hopes to eventually exhibit in major galleries and shows and to teach others how rewarding and exciting it is to work with such versatile materials. 

Degree Details

School of Arts & HumanitiesCeramics & Glass (MA)RCA2023 at Truman Brewery

Truman Brewery, F Block, Ground, first and second floors

Artist with glass casting

In this project Georgina’s interest in classical architecture was influenced by Escher’s mind-bending graphics and the geometric style of Art Deco. This informed her creative desire to approach the project as if it were a collage, with the idea of puzzling these shapes out and putting them together in fun and unique ways. This provided the freedom to investigate how different processes can inform an artwork’s appearance and how one might perceive it. Her contemporary approach uses the translucent, ghostly qualities of glass to meditate on morphism and fluidity, creating a sense of dimension and transience. These ambiguous forms allow viewers to glimpse nuances of the past or find some echo within memory. Akin to the work of contemporary graphic artists such as Paul Milinski, her work tells stories through colour and shape, playing on wonder and imagination while evoking feelings of nostalgia and familiarity related to an individual experience. 

Glass casting
Glass casting with Architectural features


Glass Casting


Red amber and purple glass casting on plinth
Glass casting with yellow background
Blue and purple glass casting


Amber and Purple cast glass


Three arbors; purple, amber and green
Green glass casting on yellow background
Green glass casting on white background


Glass casting in green and lavender


Glass casting with pink and orange, from front
Glass casting with pink and orange, from behind


Glass casting with pink and orange