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Hello! My name is Elena and I am an Artist based in Bristol, UK.

I like to explore a range of media within my work and I am enthusiastic about learning new techniques and skills. My work is often playful and energetic with a focus on character, colour and humour. I am influenced by Film, Television, Science Fiction and History; the odder the better. The combination of the surreal and the mundane is a reoccurring theme in my work; and my work often features Monsters, Myths and Aliens.

I co-created Breakthrough Art Fair; as a way for inexperienced Artists to sell their work and meet other creatives. Our goal with Breakthrough is to be inclusive, affordable and diverse; creating a friendly atmosphere for artists to make connections and make money.  

I am a freelance workshop facilitator and host art workshops; often working with young people and vulnerable groups. I have worked with Our Creative Community, Streams Learning Hub and the RWA.

Published Work:

Vague Zine, 2017

Stir Magazine, 2018

Serial Killers, Pizza Eaters, 2018

Paper Darts Volume 8, 2019 

Paper Darts, Various Articles, 2019

Flamboyance of Flamingos, Various Articles, 2020

Honest History, A Postal History Service, 2021

Arktic Lime, Folklore, Dry Scales Sea tails, 2022


Bristol, Shake, 2016

Breakthrough Art Fair, Bristol, May 2018

Breakthrough Art Fair, Bristol, December 2018

Garota Hacker Fashion Project, Bristol, December 2019

Patchmaking workshop, Bristol, January 2023

Better Events, Broadmead Market, Bristol October 2023

Future Leap Market, Bristol, October 2023


Shortlisted for 'Strange Worlds: The Vision of Angela Carter' at the RWA, Poster Competition, 2016

Winner of Brexit Comic Competition by Graphic News, 2017


Give Me Some Space Exhibition, Tobacco Factory, Bristol, 2017

The Brexhibition, UWE Bristol, 2017

Degree Show, UWE Bristol, 2017

Break A Lead Exhibition, Hoxton Arches, London 2017

UpFest, Bristol, 2018

People's Art Fair, PRSC, Bristol 2022

Making the City Home, RWA, Bristol 2023

Also Artists, RWA, Bristol 2023

AOI (Association of Illustrators) Blog, 2017

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