Rosalind Elliott has been established as an artist working in a variety of media, for more than 20 years. Her studio is in Oxford, England.

With a background in metalwork jewellery and design, she has recently been working on a large scale, in paint. Rosalind Elliott’s work originates in a point of encounter with the real.  Sometimes figurative, often not, the work explores her relationship to internal and external forms. Recent paintings  have referenced the external physical forms in southern Spain, south-west France and the Lake District in England. These paintings are the result of a process which synthesises these external forms with hypothetical internal landscapes.

Rosalind Elliott is currently researching Tinsel painting and developing contemporary techniques. These works reference folk art and fairytales, and the Vanitas tradition of 16th and 17th century Dutch still life painting.

To find out more, and to see Rosalind Elliott’s work, click on one of the links above, or the images below.

No Water


Tinsel paintings