Ell (They/She) is a lifelong artist as well as a member of the LGBTQIA2S, genderqueer, and disabled communities. They create one-of-a-kind pieces whose vibrancy and glow inspire joy. Ell uses recycled materials in much of their art, such as cardboard boxes, packaging materials, repurposed labels, and even discarded library books. Their art ranges across mediums: from watercolor markers, semi-gloss art paper, highlighting elements, paints, pencil, photography, mixed-media, hand lettering, to pen & ink, and high resolution image conversion processes.
Ell draws inspiration from stories, fairy tales, mythology, song lyrics, and nature. Their art embraces color and movement, showcasing the beautiful ways that they can interact.
They live with their dogs, assorted woodland creatures, and possibly bigfoot - but the pictures always come out blurry ;)
Ell Cee's art can currently be found online at https://linktr.ee/EllCeeTheArtist and on display at Inspired Art Gallery and Aspen & Evergreen Gallery, just outside of Rocky Mountain National Park.