Eloise Maree is a Blue Mountains, Australia-based photographic artist privileged to be working on and with Darug, Gundungurra and Wiradjuri land.
Eloise unpacks (and repackages) women’s histories and the past and its relationship to the present. Her camera-originals and prints are hand developed in a repurposed scullery in her home. This year (2020) Eloise has exhibited at the Blue Mountains City Art Gallery (Blue Mountains Cultural Centre) and Lyttleton Stores Cooperative (in conjunction with Modern Art Projects Blue Mountains and the Blue Mountains City of the Arts Trust).
Eloise is interested in the history, and historic processes of, photography, and she has worked with and researched many photographic collections as well as other cultural materials (including clothing and textile collections).
Eloise is an experienced photographic artist by way of Craig Tuffin and Ellie Young of Gold Street Studios, as well as by way of a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) (Sydney College of the Arts, the University of Sydney).