"My characters precariously inhabit a world on the edge of the woods, on the edge of their own animal, wild selves and on the edge of the more unruly aspects of their minds."
Eleanor Moreton studied painting at Exeter and Chelsea Colleges of Art, and Art History and Theory at UCE (University of Central England). Solo exhibitions include Wadewose, Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh (2019), A Cold Wind From The Mountains, Exeter Phoenix, Exeter, (2017), Monro Room, The House of St Barnabas, London (2016), California Dreaming, Canal, London (2015), Tales of Love and Darkness (2014) and I See the Bones in the River (2012) at Ceri Hand Gallery, Liverpool and London, the Ladies of Shallott, Jack Hanley Gallery, New York (2012), and Im Wartezimmer, Ceri Hand Gallery, London (2010). Her work has been reviewed in Art Monthly, Art in America, and The Guardian. Her work can be seen in The Anomie Review of Contemporary British Painting by Matt Price, (Anomie, 2018) and Picturing People by Charlotte Mullins, (Thames and Hudson, 2015). She has participated in art fairs including Frieze Art Fair, London, Art Rotterdam, NADA Miami, The Armory Show, New York, VOLTA, Basel and Manchester Contemporary.