Elliott Booth (b. 1995, Kent, England) graduated from Kingston University with a Bachelor’s Degree in fine art in 2017.
Elliott is a young and emerging artist who primarily makes large scale figurative paintings. His former practice in abstract painting plays a pivotal role in the artist’s evolution which is evident in his work, sometimes loosely, other times more apparent.
He also makes figurative sculptural work out of stone, as he is fascinated by the figure portrayed in stone form which is the subject too for many of his paintings.
For now, he is open for commissions and works closely with clients and the public. He is also working on a separate body of work that involves paintings with elements of sculpture and objects. In the summer of 2021 Elliott had he’s first solo exhibition ‘ON THE PLINTH’ at The Studio in Folkestone as part of the Folkestone Fringe’s Sub Plot, exhibited at the same time as the Folkestone Triennial.
He will be showing at the same place, The Studio in folkestone in the summer of 2022.
Throughout the pandemic, Elliott had been active in making commissions for clients, selling over 60 paintings in 2020/2021.
He lives in Chichester, West Sussex and Kent and works in the UK.