Ellie Lasthiotaki is a Greek artist currently based in Singapore. Her paintings are inspired by lines and fragments of Gaia and the exquisiteness of life.
She yearns to build the bridge with nature through her panoramic artworks, emancipate her psyche, and confront one harrowing composite experience.
Artist's masterpieces are a humble endeavor to bring forward her childhood, the somnifacient light of the sun, the elements of the seas, and the vitality of colours in which her ancestors, the ancient Minoans, used in their art.
She often embodies the aspects of water and liquid into her art, alongside any chance.
Ellie's paintings epitomise her instinctive need to grasp emotions, space, and a translucent perception of endless possibilities within her visual language.
Growing up on the island of Crete, in Greece, the sea and its stories have been an internal part of perceiving the world.
Thus, the ever-moving sea, magical landscapes many times from aerial views, are always in constant movement and flow.
Nothing is still in nature unless one captures that moment, that wave, that feeling in any way he can.
Artworks are her way to capture a moment, split of a second, feeling, storm, and the secret that would otherwise be long forgotten.