Eleni Pavli

     An Artist based in London,  UK


Eleni's work channels women from different times, cultures and places from around the world. She explores spirituality, identity, nostalgia and the present time. Her work is a hybrid of different worlds coming together and an invitation for you to explore your interpretation. They are  suggestive and ambiguous, where shapes and forms play between different idea's and representations, opening up dialogue and conversation. 

Her work is imaginative and is created through a process of expressive mark marking which forms the patterns and designs in the work.  She has a connection with fashion design.

She likes to explore colour in her work as a way to reflect the transformative nature and impact that colour has on us. It is an experimental and playful process of discovery which plays on our energy and our chakras.




Eleni was born and raised in London. She studied Fine art at University in Hampshire where she specialised in oil painting and also worked with watercolour and ink.


After leaving University, she went on to exhibit at galleries and cafes around London including The Brick Lane Gallery and Studio 73. Her work has been selected to appear at a number of East London cafes and other local venues such as Beats Hair Salon in Dalston. She was featured by the BBC as part of a group show exhibition called ‘’passion of freedom’’ exploring our representation of freedom. 


In 2018 Eleni’s art piece “Strut” was chosen by Loop Gallery for their digital poster exhibition across London. More recently she has collaborated with hand bag design brand, Nu.Plastique for their launch party and at their pop up shop in Brixton Village, South London. Eleni’s continues to share her work and has been well received at various markets including Herne Hill Market and at cultural events such as Cross The Tracks music festival. 



Eleni works with drawing and online manipulation, creating prints of her designs.

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