Forrest Elliott is a contemporary painter exploring color relationships and how they are translated through the experience of seeing onto two and three-dimensional surfaces. He received his B.F.A. from the University of New Hampshire with a minor in History. His work has been featured in Clover + Bee, Design*Sponge, and Studio Visit to name a few publications.
His work is held in extensive private collections throughout the United States and abroad, including, Balmain, NSW, Australia & Hong Kong, China. He is currently a full-time artist working out of his studio in the historic Salmon Falls Mills in Rollinsford, New Hampshire where he hosts one-of-a-kind offerings that promise to elevate your soul, challenge your creative thinking, and most of all, spark joy.
"Painting the landscape challenges me to transcend the boundaries of my location and identity. I translate color relationships through observation and personal recollection in my work. Nuances of color and light are distilled to create essential forms, sometimes allowing the viewer to see just enough." - Forrest Elliott