Elizabeth Dimitroff’s oil paintings explore the ways in which multiple versions of time exist in parallel when revisiting the site of a strong memory, or the way in which a sentimental object, image or piece of music has the ability to hurdle us back in time. The obscuring of the eye sockets prevents tangible contact between the figure (s) and the viewer. Her works are influenced by the feeling in a room that holds personal/historical significance.
Elizabeth Dimitroff is a British-American painter based in London. She earned her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and recently completed her MA at the Royal College of Art (RCA).