Eleanor Amiradaki is an Australian artist from Sydney, Australia
Eleanor's work is concerned with the interplay of the interior and exterior landscapes and thresholds we reside in and move between. Working across drawing, printmaking, installation and photography, her practice explores the role of the feminine and aspects of the lived experience and our relationship with the natural world. Drawing from personal experience and influenced by archetypal psychology she works with a delicate sensitivity resulting in works which suggest the paradox between the mundane and the transcendent.
Eleanor holds a B Visual Communications (Hons Class 1) and has recently competed her Master’s of Art at UNSW and has studied under renowned archetypal psychologist Clarissa Pinkola Estes. She was the recipient of the annual Industry award for Printmaking (2019) and recent Finalist in the Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize (2019), Hornsby Art Prize (2016). Recent Solo Exhibitions include What We See is the Blossom, Art2Muse Gallery (2019) & Take Care of the Living Things First, Airspace Projects (2019). Her work is held in both Public & Private collections in Australia, USA and Europe.