This piece was exhibited at the Downtown Art Fair in 2014.
This chromed HDU sculpture was billet milled by Elliott Earls from a solid block of high density urethane foam in an edition of five. Each copy is signed and numbered by the artist. This piece was first exhibited at the Downtown Art Fair in Manhattan through Wasserman Projects. This piece is available through minislimited.
In October of 2015 I was asked by former Cranbrook Art Museum Director Gregory Wittkopp to design a catalog for the museums collection of Pewabic Pottery. The two images below were from the initial design presentation. In both covers I reinterpret William Morris wall paper samples from the Cranbrook Collection in an attempt to show just […]
Elliott Earls live at University of Georgia with Benjamin Teague on Mandolin and Jordan Dalton on Bass. The embedded video clip is from Elliott’s arrangement of Cluck Old Hen.
Snapchat has a function called “MyStory” which keeps a running journal of video and pictures for 24 hours only. The oldest element in the chain falls off the end after 24. This allows for a less “precious” approach to studio and life documentation. If it’s gone in 24 hours, why sweat it? Trust me when […]
In 1999 I was awarded an Emerging Artist grant by the Wooster Group in Manhattan. I spent a week working with director Richard Kimmel and the Wooster Group’s production team before a weekend of shows. The video posted here is a super short time-lapse I recently found on an old hard drive of mine.
Limited Edition Screenprint by Elliott Earls The Frailty of Human Intellect Under Siege (Black). 22 x 30″ Printed on heavy weight 250gsm Rives BFK 100% cotton paper One Spot Color signed and numbered Edition of 10 Released January 20, 2016. Now available at minislimited
Limited Edition Screenprint by Elliott Earls The Frailty of Human Intellect Under Siege (Black). 22 x 30″ Printed on heavy weight 250gsm Rives BFK 100% cotton paper One Spot Color signed and numbered Edition of 10 Released January 20, 2016. Now Available at minislimited
Instagram is the best way I know of to follow my work and studio. I try to post work in progress to Instagram everyday. If I am slammed with meetings, or have an unproductive day, I will try to post rare, previously unpublished, or interesting work from my archive instead. I also post all new limited edition […]
I continue to re-populate my site with work from the archive. This Large C-Print on aluminum was produced for my residency at the University of Georgia. During the residency I worked with graduate students, performed at the State Theater and had an exhibition at the Gallery in the art school. This piece was one […]