Jonjo Elliott's paintings cross the boundary between abstract and representational art. His influences come from oversea's travel, trapped botanicals, music and interiors. Colour features heavily in his paintings recalling a lifetime of visual influences from books, movies, the internet and magazines.

His exhibitions always feature an immersive experience and have included a working skatepark built within the gallery, large scale still life paintings which can be walked in to and a series of large agricultural buildings transported and installed in the gallery. His exploration of painting and the path it can take alongside site specific and gallery based installations, forms the main focus of his drive to create. 



Gallery representation: 

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2019     'Glass Half Full' Solo show, Artplex Gallery, Hollywood, USA

2019   'Affordable Art Fair, New York.

2019   'Affordable Art Fair, London 

2019   'Voltage', Artspace Warehouse, Hollywood, Los Angeles, USA. 

2019    ART PALM SPRINGS, Los Angeles, USA

2019   'Bikes in the Office', Artplex Gallery, Hollywood, USA.  

2018   'Space Inside', Solo show, LCB Depot, UK

2018   'Affordable Art Fair', London, UK 

2018   'Love Art', Curve Theatre, UK 

2018   'Roys People Art Fair'  London, UK

2018   'Love Art'  New Walk Museum, UK 

2017   'Daily Grind'  Solo Show  Lcb depot, UK

2017   'Permanent Fixture'  Gujiko Gallery, UK

2017   'Staircase'  De Montfort University, UK

2017   'Underdog Exhibition'  Underdog Gallery, London, UK

2017   'Art and Algorithms'  Titusville, Florida, USA   

2016   'A Space Shared Alone'Art Factory, UK

2016   'Love Art 2016', 02 Arena, UK

2016   'Nature of Change', Attenborough Arts Gallery, UK

2016   'Open 27', New Walk Museum Gallery, UK

2016   'Kink', Curve Theatre, UK

2016   'EnvironMENTAL', Art Factory, UK

2015   'Art and Algorithms', Titusville, Florida, USA

2015    Artist in Residence, QOB Gallery, UK

2015   'Inside Out', LCB Gallery, UK

2015   'Open26', New Walk Museum, UK



















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