Good Weather is an artist run contemporary art space in North Little Rock, Arkansas. The Founder and Curator is Haynes Riley. In this episode as Elliott Earls prepares for his exhibit at Good Weather, we take a close look at this unique space. We examine how family, suburbia and southern living contribute to a truly […]
This piece was completed in May 2014 prior to a group show that I was part of at Wasserman Projects. The piece is machined from a single billet of HDU. The bronze triple-head is a variation of the cyclops theme that has recurred throughout my work for nearly 25 years. The letterforms are expoy […]
This chromed HDU sculpture was billet milled by Elliott Earls from a solid block of high density urethane foam in an edition of five. Each copy is signed and numbered by the artist. This piece was first exhibited at the Downtown Art Fair in Manhattan through Wasserman Projects. This piece is available through minislimited.
Elliott Earls live at University of Georgia with Benjamin Teague on Mandolin and Jordan Dalton on Bass. The embedded video clip is from Elliott’s arrangement of Cluck Old Hen.
I continue to re-populate my site with work from the archive. This Large C-Print on aluminum was produced for my residency at the University of Georgia. During the residency I worked with graduate students, performed at the State Theater and had an exhibition at the Gallery in the art school. This piece was one […]
“Fides” is a 48 X 96″ painting by Elliott Earls on black ground glass. This painting is based on an edition of porcelain figurines I made for my exhibition at the Wolfsonian Museum. The image below shows the original figures in situ.
This bust is wrought from unfiltered beeswax, dead bees, horse hair and linen string. The piece is entitled Colony Collapse Disorder, and draws on hybrid lowbrow/neoclassical formal language. This bust was the central component in my larger installation at the Milan Triennial entitled Elegy for the Collapse of the Empire (Detroit, Craft and Disintegration).
Documentation of my march 2012 installation at the University of Akron Folk Hall. “The Collider Exhibition Series examines the impact, implications and inspiration the phenomenon generally categorized under the umbrella term New Media within design practice and fine arts.”