NAOMI ELLER
IMPRINTS OF MEMORY
16 MAY- 9 JUNE, 2018

 NAOMI ELLER  The Three Fates I  2012 Ceramic, oil paint, shellac and wax  29 x 26 x 18 cm  

NAOMI ELLER
The Three Fates I 2012
Ceramic, oil paint, shellac and wax
29 x 26 x 18 cm
 

 NAOMI ELLER  Embodiment of Memory  2014 Ceramic, oil paint, shellac and wax Dimensions variable

NAOMI ELLER
Embodiment of Memory 2014
Ceramic, oil paint, shellac and wax
Dimensions variable

 NAOMI ELLER  The Three Fates I  2012 Ceramic, oil paint, shellac and wax  29 x 26 x 18 cm

NAOMI ELLER
The Three Fates I 2012
Ceramic, oil paint, shellac and wax
29 x 26 x 18 cm

 NAOMI ELLER  Entrapment | 2014 Ceramic, oil paint, shellac and wax Dimensions variable

NAOMI ELLER
Entrapment| 2014
Ceramic, oil paint, shellac and wax
Dimensions variable

 NAOMI ELLER  Metamorphosis II  2014 Ceramic, oil paint, wax and shellac 44 x 40 x 22 cm

NAOMI ELLER
Metamorphosis II 2014
Ceramic, oil paint, wax and shellac
44 x 40 x 22 cm

 NAOMI ELLER  Nature in situ V  2014 Ceramic, oil paint, wax and shellac 50 x 22 x 44 cm

NAOMI ELLER
Nature in situ V 2014
Ceramic, oil paint, wax and shellac
50 x 22 x 44 cm

 NAOMI ELLER  Nature in situ III  2013 Ceramic, oil paint, shellac and wax 34 x 38 x 14 cm

NAOMI ELLER
Nature in situ III 2013
Ceramic, oil paint, shellac and wax
34 x 38 x 14 cm

 NAOMI ELLER  Nature in situ X  2014 Ceramic, oil paint, wax and shellac 62 x 50 x 18 cm

NAOMI ELLER
Nature in situ X 2014
Ceramic, oil paint, wax and shellac
62 x 50 x 18 cm

 NAOMI ELLER  Nature in situ  2014 Ceramic, oil paint, wax and shellac 41 x 44 x 21 cm  

NAOMI ELLER
Nature in situ 2014
Ceramic, oil paint, wax and shellac
41 x 44 x 21 cm
 


 NAOMI ELLER  Purple foliage with Gold Snake  2013  Ceramic, oil paint, shellac and wax 50 x 30 x 44 cm

NAOMI ELLER
Purple foliage with Gold Snake 2013
Ceramic, oil paint, shellac and wax
50 x 30 x 44 cm

Working primarily in ceramic sculpture, artist Naomi Eller is inspired by nature, myth and the human condition. Translating complex states into visual forms, her figures appear primordial while also incorporating elements of classical antiquity. Eller uses a range of local clay layered with shellac and wax to create a synthesis between organic forms and the material process. 

Based in Melbourne, Eller’s work is held in the collections of the National Gallery of Victoria, Shepparton Art Museum as well as private collections in Australia, Italy and Japan.