Georgia was born in the affluent suburbs of Greater Atlanta, in a pawnshop on the outskirts of Dunwoody. The daughter of two loving cousins, Georgia appreciated her debutante roots, but was soon lured to the siren song of performance art…and cocaine. Late night binges on Devil’s Aspirin brought flashes of color and visions of greatness. Soon, she began experimenting with latex paint, transforming her Lady Garden into a variety of flowers. With bold strokes and soft brushes, Georgia was soon recognized as the “Prettiest Pussy Painter” Atlanta had ever seen. Her series, “Forbidden Fruit on Coochie Canvas” reached celebrity status at the Pine Street Shelter. She was destined for greater things, but alas, her story took an unfortunate turn. You see, Georgia’s muse had turned against her. No longer was the Gutter Glitter inspiring her, it was robbing her. Georgia faded from the vibrant Pine Street arts scene, and was feared lost forever. Yet Georgia knew that the future held more, and like a smoke from a crackpipe, Georgia rose again. While the Star-Spangled Powder had taken her visions, it had not taken her desire to perform. Just like Atlanta, Georgia knew she could rebuild…She can now be seen regularly around the city, bringing smiles to the masses, and proving to us all that even in dark places, Georgia’s pussy will find the light.