Eloise Govier’s work has been filmed by the BBC and S4C and she has been described as being “one of the most dynamic artists to emerge from Britain” (Sarah Jane Absalom) as “heir apparent to Sir Kyffin’s legacy” (Robin Turner, Western Mail) and “a name to remember” (Paul Martin, BBC). In 2018 Eloise was awarded a Doctorate from the University of Wales and became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Eloise’s work appeals to global audiences. She exhibits nationally and internationally. Her work has been displayed in galleries in Japan, Amsterdam, Spain, Berlin, and London. She has also received acclaim outside of the traditional boundaries of art; her art has been showcased at the London Morgan showroom, a UNESCO Protected Modernist Housing Estate in Berlin (the Carl Legien), the AT-Bristol Science Center where her work was also projected from the BBC Big screen, and at the Welsh Assembly, both in the assembly building itself and in the Futures Gallery at the Pierhead. She has been featured or interviewed by numerous magazines and newspapers, including an interview with the BBC.
"A name to remember"
— Paul Martin, BBC
From simple commissions inspired by her sketchbook drawings, to solo exhibitions - even large scale installations - Eloise loves to work with the most inspiring businesses, socio-cultural leaders, and talented individuals out there; if you have an idea that you think she can help realise or contribute to please reach out.
Past collaborators include: the AHRC Power and the Water: Connecting Pasts with Futures project which examined the nature of environmental connectivities since industrialisation and how their legacies challenge us in the early 21st century. The creators of beautiful homes: Roach and Partners, whose successes include a listing on The 100 Best Houses in the World and shortlisting for the Best Buildings in London. The DO Lectures, an encouragement network that inspires people to ‘do’ inspiring things, and London Morgan, the creators of beautiful bespoke British classic cars since 1909.