Elaine Pamphilon: Paintings
This exhibition by Elaine Pamphilon reveals her love of everyday objects, souvenirs from her travels, patterned fabrics and scenes observed from her surroundings. She is inspired by the countryside nearby her home and studio and is particularly drawn towards the haphazard nature of the landscape and man’s intervention and marks within it. She works on canvas, board and paper using mixed media.
Elaine Pamphilon's painting career began in the mid 1980s at Homerton College, Cambridge where she studied under Kay Melzi, a former student of Michael Rothenstein. Based in Cambridge, Pamphilon exhibits regularly across the country.