Eleanor Johnson (b.1994) is a British artist currently living and working in London. 

Through exploring portraiture and abstraction, her main body of work focuses on the inherent disconnection of society, which is being exacerbated by our contemporary culture. She explores the fleeting encounters as experienced between strangers, compared to the personal intimacy felt between loved ones. By looking at themes such as death and the ephemerality of life, her work tries to capture a sense of time suspended in space, freezing something in motion.

in her most recent work she explores the social implications of the female body, as women increasingly feel they have to adhere to a certain criteria of appearance, as influenced by the rise in the proliferation of images, specifically as seen through social media.  


exhibited at l'escargot, soho in april 2016

exhibited in 'vida8's art lovers' party' event at embassy gardens, london in march 2016

Solo exhibition, 'DISCONNECT', shown in Box Studio, London and Burford Gallery, Oxfordshire in December 2015 

Featured in Hero Magazine 2015

Soon to be featured in Feral Magazine (2016 issue).

Shortlisted for the National Open Art Competition, 2014.



Artfix, Soho - July 2015

Burford Gallery - January - April 2015

SomewhereTo_ -  (Live Painting) September 2015