Genevieve graduated from the Australian Catholic University, Melbourne with a Bachelor of Visual Art and Design in 2016. Working with printmaking techniques, photography and collage, she has created works that have been included in art prize exhibitions within Australia. As an art teacher she has run workshops for adults as well as children. Her art references lived experiences, death, memory and environmental issues. Genevieve lives and works in the western suburbs and has a passion for engaging conversation through her artwork that encourages others to share their personal responses. Genevieve’s work features in IF: Industrial Fashion and at Louis Joel Arts Centre.
"A celebration of a life well lived of an industrious women who created a home, building a family space foundered on hard work and love. The work was the result of collecting multiple photographs of the home I grew up in, prior to it being put on the market and sold to an eager developer. The artwork resonating with imagery that transcends time and triggers personal memories founded on experiences of loss and life’s celebrations. Through exploration of treasured objects, my work seeks to invite the audience into their own connected encounters. I have used photography, printmaking, sewing and collage techniques together with the fleshy resemblance of the textured cream paper, to bring a sense of presence. The body of work includes a sculptured paper dress, framed photographic windows and embossed images."