ELEANOR LOUISE BUTT

Eleanor Louise Butt ''Untitled (brown, blue and orange sketch)' from 'Porthmeor Studio 5 Paintings'' 2019 oil on cotton 70 x 58 cm

BIOGRAPHY

Eleanor Louise Butt has held solo exhibitions in Melbourne, Sydney and the UK since 2014 and has been included in group exhibitions in Melbourne, Geelong, Sydney and Denmark since 2009. She has an Honours degree from the Victorian College of the Arts (2013). Eleanor is the recipient of a tenancy at Porthmeor Studios, St Ives, Cornwall, UK (2019) and the George Hicks Award (2012). She has been a finalist in the Macquarie Group Emerging Artist Prize (2016) and the M Collection Art Award (2016). Since 2012 Eleanor has been a member of the c3 Contemporary Art Space Curatorial Committee. Her work has been profiled in Art Collector Magazine, ABC Radio National as well as online and print design publications.

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ELEANOR LOUISE BUTT IN ISSUE 92 OF ART COLLECTOR MAGAZINE

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ELEANOR LOUISE BUTT ON ‘THE DESIGN FILES’ IN STUDIO VISIT BY SASHA GATTERMAYR

Sunshine-Tinted Paintings By Eleanor Louise Butt STUDIO VISIT In these late autumnal days heading firmly into winter, the shift between seasons is most noticeable. Daylight savings slips away, temperatures drop into distinctly icier territory, and nature’s fragility begins to flake into nothing. Eleanor Louise Butt’s paintings remind us of this seasonal shift. Her latest body…

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ELEANOR LOUISE BUTT PROFILED ON A-OK

Eleanor Butt What led you to choose painting as a medium? (Or did painting choose you?) Painting is the medium that allows me to speak my own language. When I was very young, my mum was at university and doing an art subject, I remember clearly being interested in the research, images, and stories behind…

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ELEANOR LOUISE BUTT IN ‘THALIA’ MAGAZINE

Working in loose, gestural abstraction, my painting practice is process driven. Through colour, texture, lines and forms, I combine surfaces and gestural energy, adopting the potentialities of paint to create surfaces where action, experience, perception and memory are interwoven and folded back into one another. The surface of each painting becomes a charged space through…