"A refreshing take on the theme of touch and connection from an Australian artist in London. Valerie Ellis is one to watch."
Erin Caswell, the Salterton Arts Review...
"Spread Too Thin" is an exhibition of minimalist, conceptual works of paper that represent the psychological experience of being torn in too many directions and over-extending oneself.
The fascinating and delicate artworks illustrate the various ways in which paper can be treated and mirror the human experience of being pushed beyond our limits.
Wednesday: Invitation Only
Music at the exhibition by ANOTHER DESIGN
46 GREAT TITCHFIELD STREET
LONDON, W1W 7QA
Valerie Ellis is an artist, formerly a psychotherapist, with a studio near west London. She uses paper to represent human experience and intrapersonal dynamics.
Valerie gained her arts degree and psychology degree from the prestigious University of Queensland, Australia. After 20 years in private practice, Valerie moved back to the UK, where she'd lived as a child.
With a psychological lens, Valerie’s artwork uniquely reflects themes like childhood, stress and disguise.
(Photo by Henika Photography)