London, United Kingdom
London Independent PhotographyLondon Photographic AssociationAxis WebRe-TitleLCC MA Photography Alumni
London College of Communication (University of the Arts)
Crane Kalman BrightonSophie Maree Gallery, The Netherlands
Ellie Davies (Born 1976) lives in London and works in the woods and forests of the UK. She gained her MA in Photography from London College of Communication in 2008.
A. Galerie Paris is showing her work in Outside, a group show which runs from 29 January 2015 until 21 March. The show will then travel to Art Paris, and later in the year to A.Galerie Brussels.
Stars, a solo exhibition at The Sophie Maree Gallery in The Hague runs from 10 January until 28 February 2015.
Recent solo exhibitions include Into the Woods at The Richard Young Gallery in London, Come with Me at The Print House Gallery in London, Smoke and Mirrors at 10GS London, and Ellie Davies New Landscape at Bruce Collections, Kiev in Ukraine.
She is represented by A.Galerie Paris, Sophie Maree Gallery in The Netherlands, Brucie Collections in Kiev and Art Gemini in Singapore. Crane Kalman Brighton Gallery exhibit her work at London Art Fairs.
Group exhibitions in 2014 include The Art Gemini Prize Exhibition at TriSpace Gallery in London, Uncertain States at Four Corners Gallery in London, and The Open West 2014 at The Wilson Gallery in Cheltenham. Forest Stories Touring Exhibition travelled to The Russian Museum Summer Gardens in St. Petersburg, to Krasnodar Central Park, Krasnodar, Russia, and to Illinskii Forest Museum, Perm, Russia. Other exhibitions include Inside Out at PH21 Gallery in Budapest, 100 Trees at Onca Gallery, Brighton, The Arles 2013 Photo Festival in France and at China House in Malaysia. Also, The Noorderlicht 2013 Photofestival in The Netherlands, and the 2012 Singapore International Photo Festival. In late 2012 the Open to Interpretation: Intimate Landscape Exhibition toured the USA including Gordon Parks Gallery, St Paul, Minneapolis, and Newspace Centre for Photography, Portland, Oregon.
Seeking a balance between the wild places of youth, and a pervasive sense of disconnectedness with the natural world.
Ellie Davis creates fantasy landscapes where glimmering golden saplings sparkle like fairies in the midst of otherwise dark, dense forests.
Arles Photography Open Salon Publication 2012 ‘An Eye for an Ear’ – Hearing Nature Crated by Vanja Karas. Published October 2012 by UBYU Books.UBYU Books.
Published by Noorderlicht.
Published Taylor and O’Neill, USA.