Born in St. Louis, Gina Bosworth has an A.B. degree in history from Duke University. She was a co-founder of the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts in Wilmington DE in 1979. In 1986, she established a corporate fine art business, Axis Fine Arts, serving clients in the mid-Atlantic region. She now lives in the rolling hills of Chester County PA.
In the 1980s, she took a workshop from Diane Itter, noted fiber artist who used the technique of knotting. After closing her consulting business in 1998, she devoted her efforts toward learning and refining this knotting process by studying with Ed Bing Lee and Jane Sauer. Since then, she has exhibited widely, and her works are in private collections around the country. Her interests extend to the book-arts field, and she creates a journal for each series she develops, to document her work. She teaches workshops on bookarts and printmaking processes.
Since 2012, she has been working in mixed media, exploring possibilities on paper and fiber to investigate relationships in nature, the play of pattern, simplicity of form.
Her goal is to create works that celebrate the harmony between images in nature and human design, by exploring the confluence of art and science.