meet artist naomi eller, featured in greenworld
Bayside Arts
 

Meet artist Naomi Eller

Melbourne-based artist Naomi Eller works primarily with clay and collage. Eller’s work is inspired by nature, myth, and the human condition. Through her practice, Eller seeks to translate complex emotional states into visual forms. In her most recent work, the artist pieces together objects which have been handmade, found and adapted to produce a body of work which is psychologically transformational.

Several of her works are held in Australian state and national collections including the National Gallery of Victoria, Shepparton Art Museum, Victoria and the James Mollison Collection.

View Naomi Eller’s work in Greenworld.

 
Three art pieces in gallery

School holiday program

Your own piece of sky – inspired by Teelah George’s work in Greenworld.

Inspired by Teelah George’s work Sky Piece 2016 – 2017, create your own contemporary art this school holidays.

 
 
Bayside Local artwork hanging in gallery

Apply for Bayside Local exhibition

Bayside Local is an annual group exhibition that showcases the work of accomplished artists living in and around Bayside. In 2021 we are excited to be including the work of senior school students (years 11 and 12) who either live or study in Bayside into the exhibition. Students working in a range of mediums are encouraged to apply.

Bayside Local 28 January to 1 March 2021

 
Close up of art piece

Spotlight on the Collection

In this series, we explore some of the interesting items from Bayside City Council’s Art and Heritage Collection.

This week we look at Stieg Persson’s 2015 painting Duck and quail eggs, Italian herbs, which is part of a larger body of work inspired by the artist’s local suburb of Brighton.

 

Image credits in order of appearance:
Image 1: Screenshot of Naomi Eller in Bayside gallery
Image 2: Installation view of Teelah George’s works featured in Greenworld at Bayside Gallery
Image 3: Bayside Local 2020: Journeys and discoveries, installation view
Image 4: Cropped version of Stieg Persson’s 2015 painting Duck and quail eggs, Italian herbs

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