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Ellie Geary

Ellie Geary

Born: 1988

Hometown: Leicestershire

Based in: Leeds

Ellie Geary is a visual artist whose practice addresses themes of balance, movement, stillness, interaction, and time.

Through collage, sculpture, and drawing, she explores her personal experiences in an attempt to accept and play with what is both known and unknown. Ellie’s pieces contain a mixture of memories, observations, and narratives inspired by imagination and chance processes. The artist is particularly interested in vulnerability, environment, and the complexity of the human experience which she analyses and deconstructs through her artworks.

Ellie studied Fine Art at Nottingham Trent University, graduating with first-class honours in 2010. She has curated and exhibited her work in group shows across the UK and her pieces are housed in private collections around the world.


5 works for sale

Rising Landscape

Ellie Geary, United Kingdom

Sculpture

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Curve by Ellie Geary

Ellie Geary, United Kingdom

Sculpture

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Grey Positioned by Ellie Geary

Ellie Geary, United Kingdom

Sculpture

$ 210

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Complex Blue by Ellie Geary

Ellie Geary, United Kingdom

Sculpture

$ 760

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Navigating Through by Ellie Geary

Ellie Geary, United Kingdom

Sculpture

$ 480

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Ellie Geary In The Studio

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More About Ellie Geary

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What inspires you?

Nature and the environment, everyday interactions, experimentation, journeys...

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Describe your creative process.

I take my time and often let unfinished pieces sit for a while before I return to them. I feel like my process is cyclical and I love it when certain motifs or themes reappear to reiterate an idea that is central to my practice.

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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Composition. Perspective. Balance

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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Generally, Louise Bourgeois. For my sculptures specifically, I was thinking about the works of Alexander Calder, Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Paul Klee, and Nathalie Du Pasquier

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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

Of all the tools, I probably use a tenon saw the most as I prefer to cut the wood by hand.

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Where do you go for inspiration?

Often I'll cycle or walk randomly, hoping to spot something interesting and to let my mind explore. I love reading books too for this reason.


Credentials

Education

Nottingham Trent University

United Kingdom, 2010

Exhibitions

Cut and Paste

2019

Delphian Gallery Open

2018

In Dialogue

2016

South London Goes to the Seaside

2014

The Scars are not just Skin Deep

2014

Against Oblivion

2013

Education

Nottingham Trent University

United Kingdom, 2010

Exhibitions

Cut and Paste

2019

Delphian Gallery Open

2018

In Dialogue

2016

South London Goes to the Seaside

2014

The Scars are not just Skin Deep

2014

Against Oblivion

2013

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