Digital & multimedia
Elliott pushes the boundaries of contemporary drawing through his use of high-end computing systems and the latest digital drawing tools. Inspired by nature, maths, and architecture, his drawings are figured by the rhythms and beauty of number systems, and explore the basic building blocks of everything we see around us – line, light, volume and colour.
By overlapping the precision of symmetrical geometry with abstract free-flowing patterns, the artist replicates the familiarity of architectural rhythm and asymmetrical structures found within the natural world. The artworks generate an energetic and mesmerising field that draws reference to psychedelia and a culture of indulgence.
Example works & projects
About the Artist
Chuck Elliott is a British artist who now practices in Bristol. He graduated with a First Class degree in Graphic Art from Middlesex University, formerly the Hornsey School of Art, in 1992. Elliott has since pursued a career in digital art, interpreting the practice of abstract fine art printmaking for the digital age. He founded several successful digital art studios in London, before moving to Bristol.
As a pioneer of digitally generated art, he has exhibited widely, including: London, New York, Singapore, Miami, Hong Kong, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Amsterdam. His work has been included in exhibitions from the Royal Academy, Art Dubai, and Christie’s, and alongside the likes of Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin. His commercial work include commissions from Muccia Prada, Yohji Yamamoto, Apple, Sony, Nike, BA and FIFA, working with clients in Europe, America and the Middle East.