Unusual Paintings by Eloísa Ballivian consider the well-being culture as a force of nature that takes the viewer into a dreamlike world where thoughts are felt as emotions.
Eloísa Ballivian was born in Argentina and spent her childhood between Madrid and Buenos Aires. Recently, she moved to Los Angeles. Eloísa worked as a graphic designer at Buenos Aires FADU University, also she had worked with music labels and fashion brands, then she has served as an Art Director for many film production companies for almost 7 years. When she became a mother she started to concentrate on painting.
Enter into a Dreamlike World with Unusual Paintings
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Like a wave, Eloísa’s paintings take the viewer into a dreamlike world in which thoughts are felt as emotions trapped in time. “I guess all the different worlds have the same background in a sense, it’s all about ‘beauty’ as a way to escape the ugliness of life itself,” says Eloísa.
Eloísa’s father inspired her to become an artist. He was an artisan who worked with metals. A colleague who works as a hyper-realistic painter also influenced her as well as paintings from the Cinquecento, and specific paintings like “Ophelia” by John Everett Millais.
“If I can get that conversation between the work and the viewer if some kind of thought can trigger, and if the work can be subject to a certain specific time that we are all living, then I am ok with it. That would be enough.” Eloísa says.
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