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Early Work Collection

Welcome to gallery of various styles and themes! This is exclusive Early Work Collection showcases the early of Elli Asker, giving you unique glimpse into her artistic journey. From abstract to impressionist, landscape to portrait, this collection features a wide range of artistic styles and themes.

Nude Sculptures 
2022

A woman's beauty is all you can notice when viewing a sculpture of her. In this series, I treated the feminine form as a work of art to be admired and invigorated by.

This triptych awarded a Honorable mention in the ND Awards 2022, Category Fine Art, Nudes: 

https://ndawards.net/winners-gallery/nd-awards-2022/non-professional/nudes/hm/17920/

Color Therapy
2022

"Color Therapy" features a range of techniques and styles, from bold, graphic compositions to subtle, nuanced textures. 

This project is a testament to the versatility and power of abstract art, and would make a striking addition to any art collection or exhibition. Each piece in the series is a vibrant and engaging exploration of color, form, and texture, inviting the viewer to lose themselves in the beauty and complexity of the art. Whether viewed individually or as a collection, this series is sure to capture the imagination and inspire contemplation and discussion.

Monochrome Collection
2021- 2022

This collection of monochrome, black and white photographs is a stunning exploration of the power and beauty of light and shadow. 

The collection features a range of subjects, including portraits, architecture, abstracts, and landscapes. From the delicate textures of an abstract composition to the rugged beauty of a Swedish landscape, this collection showcases the versatility and power of black and white photography. Each image is inviting the viewer to lose themselves in the drama and beauty of the monochrome world.

Whether viewed as a collection or individually, these photographs are sure to captivate and inspire. They would make a striking addition to any art collection or exhibition, offering a timeless and elegant glimpse into the power of black and white photography.

Inspired by Andrew Wyeth: Quite Landscape
2021 - 2022