Sky High

Sky High

Oil on Canvas 25.4 x 30.4 cms/10 x 12 inch USD1890

Slice Of Life

Slice Of Life

Oil on Canvas 25.4 x 30.4 cms/10 x 12 inch USD1890

Hanging Out

Hanging Out

Oil on Canvas 25.4 x 30.4 cms/10 x 12 inch USD1890

Downpour

Downpour

Oil on Canvas 25.4 x 30.4 cms/10 x 12 inch USD1890

Correspondance

Correspondance

Oil on Canvas 25.4 x 30.4 cms/10 x 12 inch USD1890

Weighing it Up

Weighing it Up

Oil on Canvas 40.6 x 30.4 cms/16 x 12 inch USD2500

Birds Eye

Birds Eye

Oil on Canvas 40.6 x 30.4 cms/16 x 12 inch USD2500

Break's Over

Break's Over

Oil on Canvas 25.4 x 30.4 cms/10 x 12 inch USD1890

Waiting For Change

Waiting For Change

Oil on Canvas 25.4 x 30.4 cms/10 x 12 inch USD1890

Going Bananas

Going Bananas

Oil on Canvas 25.4 x 30.4 cms/10 x 12 inch USD1890

Tea Company

Tea Company

Oil on Canvas 56x102cms/ USD2700

Bamboo Ladder

Bamboo Ladder

51x61cms Oil on Canvas USD2350

Arrival

Arrival

51x41cms Oil on Canvas USD2100

Mailtree

Mailtree

36x51cms Oil on Canvas USD1800

Traffic

Traffic

26x36cms Oil on Canvas USD2100

Lemon Sky

Lemon Sky

40x61cms Edition of 10 US$890

Ultramarine Sky

Ultramarine Sky

40x61cms Edition of 10 US$890

Turquoise Sky

Turquoise Sky

40x61cms Edition of 10 US$890

Scarlet Sky

Scarlet Sky

40x61cms Edition of 10 US$890

Fucsia Sky

Fucsia Sky

40x61cms Edition of 10 US$890

Eleanor McColl

www.eleanormccoll.com

Eleanor McColl is a multi-disciplinary artist, based in Hong Kong. She studied Fine Art at U.W.E Bristol, in England and came to Hong Kong in 1999 to pursue her career as an artist and art educator.  Eleanor ran her own art school (Chameleon Workshop) for 10 years before closing it to focus on her own art practice 6 years ago. 

McColl's work is rooted in place with a focus on the urban environment.   Her work draws the eye to the often unnoticed details of the city, casting the "shadows on the wall" of the modern human condition: often solitary, hardworking and hardwearing.  Through manipulation of focus, her work explores the delicate points of contact in the otherwise ceaseless blur of the everyday anonymous citizen.

Drawn to the dramatic palate of dilapidation, refurbishment and renewal, her cityscapes explore the interface between Hong Kong's unique verticality and it's impact on its people. 

“I am interested in capturing those small but arresting details which catch my eye as walk through the city. It could be a flash of colour from a dangling piece of washing, or a mop resting against a rusty peeling door.  I find the contrast of blurring and sharp focus fascinating, so I typically use soft-focus techniques which obscure the surrounding scene to reveal pockets of fine detail".

 

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