Gina Godfrey

Godfrey transforms photographs into unique pop art portraits and prints them on canvas or archival paper. She uses a mixture of processes, blending digital photography, fine-art principles, and Pop Art expressionism, calling this process “popography.” Her portraiture practice began professionally when she sold portraits in charcoal at 18 years old. In 1996, she studied printmaking at OCADU and her direction changed, as she sought to put her own spin on Andy Warhol's technique.

Curated by Gina Godfrey