West Australian born artist, Elbereth Moore, is the daughter of a painter and has been studying art seriously since the age of fifteen. She had her first solo exhibition in Melbourne at the age of 24 and shortly afterwards was selected to participate in Berlin’s Galerie Taube’s annual Dezember Salon exhibition. Her art has been compared to Tim Burton, Edgar Allen Poe and to the American “low brow pop surrealism” movement.
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