About

Eleanor Meredith is an artist and Illustrator.

 

Eleanor teaches, leads workshops and works on both private commissions and collaborations. 

 

Her studio is hidden at the top of a cinema in Hackney, London. She originally hails from the wilds of West Lothian, Scotland, she likes to travel and is currently working more with ceramics.

 

In 2011 Eleanor co-founded and art directed the Loop with Claudia Boldt. The Loop is a magazine for children which encouraged thinking and making in its readers.

 

Recent workshops have included The BFI Animation Academy, V & A, Ravensbourne College and the National Portrait Gallery.

 

Contact Eleanor to discuss commissions and projects.

 

 

Exhibitions / Screenings

End of Beginnings (group show) Mandell's Gallery, Norwich, 2016

Hackneys Marshes, Botany, London, 2016

Anno, Oval Space,London, 2016                                                         

Look Out, Plane Tree, London, 2015                                                 

Where will the selfies take us? 2015, 2021, Touring exhibition              

A Record Of Wishful Thinking, Air CSM, London, 2013

Mastermind, (group show) Brixton Village, London, 2012

House of Gold - Butter, Nobrow Gallery, London, 2011

Awkward moments and strangely proportioned animals, Zetter hotel, London, 2010

Final show - CSM, A Foundry the Rochelle School, London, 2010

Open Exhibition, Royal Watercolour Society, Bankside Gallery, London 2010

Work In Progress- MACD CSM, Shoreditch Town Hall, London 2010

One Creative Scotland, Tollhouse Studios, Glasgow 2009

Twenty10, Westminster Reference Library, London 2009

AOI: Images 31 The Best of Contemporary Illustration, 12-month UK touring exhibition 2008

Recoat Refresh, Recoat Gallery, Glasgow 2007

B-tween, National Media Museum, Bradford 2007

Prologue, Lower Foyer Gallery, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee 2006

You–topia, DCA, Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre, Dundee 2006

 
El
Imagine Turner plus Edward Lear- The Times

Really fresh drawing - The Herald

Beautiful studies of real people - Lawrence Zeegen from What is Illustration?