Lot 28 - Ellie Tsatsou-Palmer - Encompass I
Cyanotype, Cutouts, Collage Lamination on Paper
Signed on Verso
Curated by Carrie Scott
Ellie Tsatsou-Palmer (b.1987, Athens GR) is an artist and educator whose work explores wonder, notions of home-coming, & intuition — mainly through the use of digital & analogue photography, as well as writing and lecturing. Her practice focuses on unfolding joy and presence in the creative process; it places emphasis on relationships between humans & nature and forms a quest to manifest creative living in the everyday. Her latest body of work is twofold; practice-wise, a series of Cyanotypes that she creates under the Grecian sun, & teaching-wise, the ongoing development of her holistic learning approach, Integrated Creativity.
PG Cert Academic Practice in Art, Design & Communication & MA Digital Productions (University of the Arts London), BA Communications (The American College of Greece)
2021 'MA' Solo Show (Gallery Iris, Athens Greece), 2019 'Yes Is A World' Solo Show (Gallery Iris, Athens Greece), 2017 'as long as you want' Solo Show (Gallery Iris, Athens Greece)
Gallery Iris (Athens, Greece)
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artworks
The submitted works for auction are a small series made out of Cyanotype Cut-Outs, collaged and enveloped together. The compositions are inspired by the whimsical dynamics of Ellie's newly created family of four; the children and their parents, all dancing, playing, being - just before they embark on an expanding new chapter of traveling and moving.
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