life in landscape

 

land.

Life has landed you in the landscape. Welcome.

Ellie Biggs is an artist currently based in Western Australia. Having worked within environmental geography, she seeks to represent the vibrancy and beauty of the natural world in her paintings. Ellie captures scenes from around the world through landscape and macro photography. Her works use these photographs as a basis for depicting the natural environment as art. She is a passionate advocate for sustainable living and her paintings often portray the geographies of nature which humans should be striving to protect.

 

Wherever you are, you can commission an artwork of your landscape choosing or buy an exisiting painting. If you're in Perth, then join an art class or buy limited edition framed prints.

RockKimberley

exhibit.

Currently on sale

Original artworks (worldwide shipping) - Bluethumb, online

Limited edition framed prints (Perth delivery) - Plants for Friends, online

Selected original artworks - BOSS Centre, Midland WA

*** Upcoming learn to paint classes (book now) ***

Rokeby Loft - 95 Rokeby Rd, Subiaco

19 May 6.30pm - 9pm Art & the Ocean: Marine Painting Class

3 June 6.30pm - 9pm Art & the Ocean: Marine Painting Class

6 June 10am - 12.30pm Art & the Ocean: Marine Painting Class

Works exhibited

Jan - now 2021 BOSS Centre, Midland WA

Selected artworks.

Margaret River Collection.

1-3 December 2020 HEART, Margaret River WA
Solo exhibition during the Global Eco annual conference for Tourism Australia. Listen here for the playlist.

Bayswater Community Art Awards. 
1-15 Nov 2020 The RISE, Maylands WA
Selected finalist.

Sep-Oct 2020 - Paper Bird Gallery, Fremantle WA

Selected artworks.

Art Pal Postcard Project.

Online - Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane QLD

A project reflecting on the role of art and creativity during the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Escape. The Western Australia Collection. [View online]
21-30 August 2020 - Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery, Fremantle WA

Debut solo exhibition by Ellie Biggs. Paintings depicted a variety of WA natural scenes, from the rockscapes of the Kimberley to the waterscapes of the Southwest. The works offered an environmental narrative, blending geographical science and art, with a soundtrack. Local business Plants for Friends supported the exhibition displaying native plants. Proceeds from the silent auction of one painting were donated to First Hike Project.

Biology as Art.

8-12 October 2019 – Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, Crawley WA

Selected finalist. Theme for this year was 'Environmental Challenges'.

 
YeagarupDunes
 

collect.

Global collectors are enjoying Ellie's geographical art in their homes. Here are a few completed commissions. All commissions come with a selected song - listen here​ for the playlist. If you own an ellie.geo.art painting and it's brightening up a wall, snap a pic and connect @elliegeoart via Facebook or Instagram.

Margaret River

Sundown at Margs 2016

Acrylic on canvas 

 

"We wanted a painting with waves. The painting makes me feel at home, in peace, and I can almost feel the heat of the last rays of sun before they set."

 

Claudia, Australia

Nature in colour 2006

Acrylic on canvas 

 

"I am so happy with my 'wow' painting; it's the focus of the room! I love all the detail and unusual patterns, as do the kids."

 

Hannah & family, UK

From Skye 2015

Watercolour on paper 

 

"Our painting reminds us everyday of our incredible wedding location; the desolate beauty of Scotland's west coast."

 

John & ET, Australia

Time for tea 2020

Acrylic on canvas 

 

"A tribute to my father who loved the tea gardens of Assam. Thanks a lot for your effort to keep his memories alive through this painting."

 

Niladri & family, Thailand

Rock crab 2020

Acrylic on canvas 

 

"We were just thinking what to name her! Absolutely love it 😍😍😍 both the painting and the name." (Clara the crab)

 

Yvonne & Luan, Australia

BugSand
 

connect.

Use this form to contact Ellie. You can ask about painting commission requests here (inter/national shipping is possible). Any future exhibitions will be detailed on the website.

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