Other Recent Work
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.”
This limited edition giclée print is produced in an edition of 5. Each print is produced on archival 100% cotton heavy weight paper and is signed and numbered by the artist, Elliott Earls. This print is a digital preparatory cartoon (drawing) Elliott Earls used to concieve his oil painting “Death of a Salesman.” The prints […]
The James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History’s Elaine L. Jacob Gallery is pleased to present HYPERTENSION, April 26 through July 19, 2013. HYPERTENSION brings together multi-media artists and designers whose work reflects the blurring of artistic disciplines evident in our contemporary visual culture. The selected works disrupt boundaries between the cerebral and […]
Elliott Earls releases a new 22″ x 30″ limited edition 3 spot color screen print. Printed on Rives BFK 250gsm 100% cotton archival heavy weight paper. Signed and numbered by the artist the print is available for a limited time through www.minislimited.com and ships rolled in cardboard box with glassine sheet. This print is limited to an edition of 20 signed and numbered copies. […]
The Blog Art 21, has an interesting article posted today entitled The Anchor Art Museums in and of Detroit. In the Article Colin Darke interviews me about the importance of the museum, and he profiles my new work Elegy for the Collapse of the Empire. Interpretive skills are a critical part of a Museum’s mission. Elliott […]
I was pleased to see my installation at the University of Akron prominently featured in the local newspaper, only to read that Mark Amerika had made it. Should I demand a retraction?
The Detroit News reviews Butter Projects latest exhibition Rising & Falling, which features Elliott Earls Portrait of George Washington After Rembrandt Peale.