Eleanor Bedlow creates imagined structures and landscapes beyond the restrictions of reality. Imaginary cities that occupy her mind are formulated into models and then into drawings. Fragmented land and cities are used as an allegory, conveying the turbulent relationship we have with our current and past surroundings. The imagined world is constantly evolving space both though nature and human intervention. The drawings are a snapshot of this world.

Eleanor Bedlow grew up in Kagawa, Japan before moving to London. She studied observational drawing at The Royal Drawing School in 2008, after gaining a degree in Fine Art from Falmouth College of Arts in 2005.

Postgraduate diploma: The Royal Drawing School: The Drawing year, 2008
Degree: Falmouth College of Arts: Fine Art, 2005
Exchange: Nagoya University of Arts, Japan: Painting. 2003
Foundation: Guild Hall University, 2001