Ellie Noir

15th Annual ARC Salon (2020-2021)

Ellie Noir


Ellie Noir’s work is a synthesis of figurative, landscape and floral painting that blurs the boundaries created between humans and nature. Her work uses the language of the body to create poetic geometric compositions about life cycles and our place within the natural world.

In 2012 she received her BVA from Adelaide Central School of Art in Australia, following which she undertook further study at Studio Escalier, France (2012-2016) and the Art Students League of New York, USA (2015).

Ellie has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards including the Pro Hart Scholarship, Australia Council Art Start Grant, the Waterway Fellowship, the Tanza Lorraine Smith Fellowship and the Carbins Trust Prize. Her work has been exhibited in Australia, Spain and the USA.

She lives and works in Adelaide, Australia.

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