Yutavia George is a Bahamian drawing artist, educator, and researcher whose work explores identity and environment. She is primarily concerned with notations of time and space by mapping temporal changes within a physical space by portraying the physiological and psychological shifts caused by environmental change in her drawings.
George's work has been included in Art Exhibitions in the Bahamas and internationally; these include: 2021 Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize Exhibition Tour, at Trinity Buoy Wharf (2021), in London, United Kingdom; TBW Drawing Prize Exhibition Tour, The Gallery, Arts University of Bournemouth, (2021) in Wallisdown, United Kingdom; Navigating the Unknown, Paris College of Art, Bastille Design Centre, (2021) in Paris, France; TBW Drawing Prize Exhibition tour, Drawing Projects, (2020) in Throwbridge, United Kingdom; TBW Drawing Prize Exhibition Tour, Cooper Gallery, Duncan of Jordanstone, College of Art and Design, University of Dundee, (2020) in Barnsley, United Kingdom; Refuge The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas, (2019) in Nassau, Bahamas; The Body and its Senses, Group Exhibition, Paris College of Art, (2019) in Paris, France. Transforming Spaces, SWELL, (2016) in Nassau Bahamas; The National Exhibition 7 "Antillean: an Ecology" (2014), in Nassau Bahamas; and "Caribbean: Together Apart, Contemporary Artists from the Caribbean" (2014) in Venice, Italy. She also participated in Bei Geo's Artist in Residency at the Redgate Gallery in 2016, where she held drawing-focused workshops. She has a Master of Fine Art in Drawing from Paris College of Art, and a Bachelors of Art in Art Education from the University of the Bahamas.