Eleonora Arosio


This work happened after quite a long period of creative block, which feels coincidently appropriate with the message behind the drawing: just like a flower in a pot, the last year has taught me to be better at enjoying and appreciating the space around me and what I have, to bloom and relish the little moments when the sun shines on my face. It's a calming piece, one that reminds me to take life day by day and to accept the changes our image and body go through. I mainly use coloured pencils throughout my work and this piece is no exception: although I enjoy creating digitally, there's always something special and a sort of intimacy when it comes to creating with coloured pencils and really analysing every detail you're putting onto paper.
Digital print, framed.
51 x 41cm
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Meet the artist
Eleonora Arosio
Born in 1992 and originally from Italy, Eleonora grew up with a pencil in her hand. She studied Fine Arts at NABA in Milan where she graduated in 2014 and began her freelance career and as well as her travels, which give her inspiration for her characters and stories. She's now based in Melbourne and her work mainly revolves around everyday life and issues from a woman's ironic point of view. Her aim is to help shape the minds of new generations through such an accessible type of art, doing her part in trying to create a more open-minded society
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