Galilee Peaches is studying for her BFA in Drawing at the University of Wisconsin- Stout (Expected December 2018) and is based out of Minneapolis, MN.
She creates images that focus on gesture, suggesting movement and transferal. The abstract images are reminiscent of a form shifting, breathing and beginning to break open, with potential to reassemble or transform. These pieces follow the cycles of the everyday watching space become layered through time and studying how the integrity of a gesture evolves. These gestures are found at sites of intimacy such as the bed, a wash basin, kitchen or bathroom. The home is a rich sensual environment where we intimately engage with the self, the body and loved ones. The intention of her work is to remind one to return to the body and to be conscious of we shape our intimate space.