Bird Paintings & Collage
Featured artist, Supporting the RSPB with sales of my artwork
I am not interested in making a realistic landscape. My work is about the rich abundance of our seashore. The birds are part of this amazing diversity, they show us something of what it is like to survive within an uncertain environment. It’s a mixture of imagination, memory and above all feeling. When I return from the coast, I retain a sort of atmosphere of what I have seen. Perhaps it’s a solitary gull, perhaps it’s a flock of sandling. Above all, it is freedom, the total wild freedom that these birds have.
Eleanor Allitt BA 9 (Hons) Textile Design Central St Martins, London
Hello and welcome to my online store
Here you can find unique bird art, paintings, collage and limited edition prints. I am based near Leamington Spa, and I ship across the UK.
Much of my work is created using sustainable methods and materials, such as discarded wood fence panels and logs.
You will find a range of unique artworks and bird paintings and collage. Plus, I offer a personalised service, so if you have an idea in mind for a custom project, simply get in touch using the contact form with your idea.
Eleanor has been working as an artist for 25 years, having studied textile design at the Central School of Art and Design, as it was called then. I have a BA in Art and Design
Eleanor spent some time working in Edward Bawden’s studio, doing lino-cuts, and was also taught by Cecil Collins. After she graduated, she designed for various companies, including Liberty’s and fabric retailer Jacqmar. Today, she focuses on bird paintings and collage.
Browse my store to see my products available, or email Eleanor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eleanor belongs to the Association of Midlands Artists and the Leamington Studio Artists.
Eleaner is a keen environmentalist and now sells her paintings, collages and greetings cards to support the RSPB and it’s conservation work.
Some of the revenue is donated to RSPB.
All images are copyright Eleanor Allitt.
2013 – ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE IN CRETE SPONSORED BY TRENDS OF AMARI THIS RESULTED IN A TRAVELLING EXHIBITION IN CRETE SHOWING 11 LARGE A1 PAINTINGS WHICH ILLUSTRATED THE STORY OF HOMER’S ‘HERMES AND HOW HE STOLE APOLLO’S COWS’ THIS LED TO AND AN EXHIBITION AT WALSGRAVE HOSPITAL, COVENTRY AND A SUBSEQUENT BOOKLET AND CARDS.
Where can you see my work?
– In my studio in Offchurch.
– Plum Gallery, 36 Parsons Street, Banbury
– Primavera Gallery, Kings Parade, Cambridge
– Royal Pump Rooms Shop, Leamington Spa
Daring to Discover, Inanna and her Descent into the Underworld – Fastprint 2010
Babayaga and age-old tale 2004