One major component of Elliott Earls studio practice involves painting. This page is not comprehensive due to the time demands of populating a website. ( There are far more productive ways to spend studio time.) Below find a semi-random selection of paintings by Elliott Earls. As time allows this category will be re-populated with the catalog of works.
Painted with oil and cold paraffin wax over linen, this piece is part of Elliott Earls “Protocubist” series. The series includes both paintings and serigraphs.
“Beauty in Citron and Blood Orange” by Elliott Earls is a 24 x 36 x 2 in. oil painting. It is painted on natural linen over hardboard. This painting is part of Elliott Earls 🐝🐝🐝 Neo-Cubist Portrait Series. 🦄 The piece was painted with oil and cold paraffin wax. #neocubist #portraiture #bloodorange #cyclops
This original preparatory drawing is available from www.minislimited.com
Street Art and Graffiti are hot! In this episode Elliott Earls travels to Los Angeles to advance his career, become a street artist and do the graffiti.
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 […]
Limited edition prints available drawn from this painting at www.minislimited.com
How to Get Paid in Art & Design | Episode 12 The idea of the starving artist is so thoroughly embedded in our cultural imagination that it is nearly impossible to understand the role of the artist without poverty. In this episode we look at the idea of the artist as an economically self-sufficient cultural […]
Is there a necessary correlation between “sweat equity” (labor) and the way a work of art/design is perceived? What’s the relationship between time and the quality of a work? In what ways are direct forms of visual art and design problematic? Must work show evidence of “difficulty” of manufacture in its’ final form? In this episode […]
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 […]