Kinga Elliott

Drawing and Paining

Gray's School of Art

Robert Gordon University


The paintings of RSA John Kinross scholar Kinga Elliott explore manifestations of light, colour, dynamism, balance and interconnectedness. The focal point of her art practice is LIGHT, be it optics, theoretical physics, or from a theological aspect. Elliott found a very apt process in the making of cyanotypes, where light plays an active part in the creation of the image.

She makes large scale cyanotypes which then become starting points for painterly developments using oil and acrylic paint, ink and dry mediums and more recently resin.

The titles of her work bear reference to coding systems of online platforms.