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Geraldine McConachie


b. 1997, Glasgow.
Geraldine McConachie is a multi-medium artist who graduated from the Glasgow School of Art in 2021 with a First Class BA (Hons) degree in Sculpture & Environmental Art. 

Her fine art practice focuses on sculpture, painting and photography, exploring themes of comfort food, feminism and nostalgia.

Geraldine is also a commercial artist who sells her fine line pen drawings and repurposes unwanted vinyl records by commission. 

With her passion for sculpture she has recently began prop making for short films.

2015 - Current
Prop maker for short film 'Cattle' by Jack Derrer. Commissioned to make a life size cow that will feature in the film lying in grass. First prop making work, worked to a budget and to a huge, realistic scale. A great learning experience from working to scale and to someone else's instructions. Gained great communication skills through meetings with the director and producer and working as a team to get to the final product. 
Mural Commission for 'Vinyl Bar' Glasgow.
6 vinyl record paintings of various musicians. Ability to build professional relationship with client, working successfully to brief 

'Bug Hotel', Blantyre community garden. 
Wooden insect sanctuary made from discarded wood and recycled food packages Experience of working with the community Ability to install work in an outside environment 
Freelance commercial artist. Repurposing old, unwanted vinyl records with acrylic painting of the clients choice. Portrait commissions as 'Gez Vinyl' held by private collectors. Able to meet tight deadlines, great organisational skills, able to manage a small business whilst working part time.        
2018 - 2021
2016 - 2018
2015 - 2016
BA Hons Fine Arts: Sculpture & Environmental Art
(First Class)

The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow UK. Studied under Justin Carter & Sue Brind. 

Benno Schotz Sculpture prize winner

HND: Contemporary Art Practice


Glasgow Clyde College, Anniesland

NC: Portfolio Prep


Glasgow Clyde College, Anniesland

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