Emma Elliott is a British artist whose central concerns are the incongruous and hypocritical aspects of humanity and our connections with history and animality. Working primarily across sculpture and painting, she explores the relationships between the refined and the primitive, the physical and the spiritual. She examines the human condition from up close and afar, honing in on minute anatomical and psychological details and broadly surveying the influences of our collective past on present behaviour, often in the same piece.

Elliott was classically trained in painting and figurative sculpture both in the UK and Italy. Her work combines the high level craftsmanship and technique resulting from this training with a fearless questioning of ideology, religion, philosophy and society.

Elliott has exhibited widely, including at The Hundred Years Gallery, 2016; Lacey Contemporary, 2014; The Society Of Portrait Sculptors, Cork Street, 2010; Royal Opera Arcade Gallery, 2010. Her work is held in a number of prestigious private collections, including No. 10 Downing Street, Alex Soros and the McAlpine family. Recognition of her work includes the Winter Pride 2014 and Passion for Freedom 2015 awards.

www.emmaelliott.com

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Exhibitions

2016
Not A Champagne Life
Hundred Years Gallery
2015
Annual Exhibition
Chelsea Art Society, Kings Road, London, UK
2015
Passion For Freedom
Mall Galleries, London, UK
2014
Emma Elliott
Knight Webb Gallery, Brixton, London, UK
2014
Tramp
Lady Bates, London, UK
2014
Winter Pride Award Ceremony
Tobacco Dock, London, UK
2014
Emma Elliott
Lacey Contemporary, Notting Hill
2013
FACE2013
Society of Portrait Sculptors, Cork Street, London, UK
2012
Emma Elliott
36 Bedford Row, Chancery Lane, London, UK
2010
Emma Elliott
The Chelsea Art Society, Kings Road, UK
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