Since leaving the Royal College of Art in 2005, Elinor Evans has made a significant impression as a painter of fluidity and enviable skill.
She has used this ability to great effect producing a group of intriguing artworks that depict a range of ambiguous scenes and emotions.
Her trademark imagery is the inclusion of her own animals in her compositions and also that the human faces are hidden, mysteriously by animal masks that seem to be organically attached.
In her third solo show in London, The Masked Princess, Elinor is exploring the chameleon allure of feminine charm.
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