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George Goodridge

George Goodridge was born in Youngstown, Ohio. He has and attended both the Art Institute of Chicago and graduated from the School of Visual Arts, New York. During those years was awarded the position of Senior Technical Adviser to the Student Body at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and taught Visual Techniques at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Goodridge’s stretched canvas works lean toward conceptually based modernist and at times somewhat minimalist three-dimensional genres. Both naturally and architecturally inspired, his work explores concepts, the creation of new forms and question ideas pertaining to the concrete world in a non-figurative way. In turn, these works must be evaluated not only through our visual senses but that which may exist in sociological terms.








Study #2 for Wondergarden Installation, 2014; 
Acrylic on marine epoxy treated stretched canvas with automobile clear coat. Dimensions variable: 54"w x 49"h x 30"d as shown.
Number Twenty Seven, Vertebrate Companion, 2012; 
Acrylic on stretched canvas 39"w x 48"h x 9"d
Number Twenty One, Vertebrate Companion, 2011; 
Oil on stretched canvas. 60"w x 52"h x 7"d 
Diverse Objects Liaise #1 2013; 
Acrylic stretched canvas. 94"w x 28"h x 48"d


Diverse Objects Liaise #6, Alt View, 2013;
Acrylic on stretched canvas. 48"w x 48"h x 6-1/2"d
Diverse Objects Liaise #4, 2013;
Acrylic on stretched canvas. 35"w x 36"h x 5"d
Number Twenty Eight, Vertebrate Companion, 2012; 
Acrylic on stretched canvas. 68"w x 48"h x 9"d
Study #1 for Wondergarden Installation, 2014; 
Acrylic on marine epoxy treated stretched canvas with automobile clear coat. Dimensions variable: 60"w x 60"h x 60"d as shown.