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About Eloise

Eloise Hall cuts delicate moments of serenity, bringing the tranquil movements and colours of nature into her work.

As a girl, Eloise discovered the timeless movements of nature, spending days roaming the woods and fields of Hampshire.

From a studio in the beautiful Somerset countryside, Eloise continues to explore the romance of the natural world.

Using the materials and symbolism of Eastern traditions, Eloise balances a colourful joy with calming white space. Koi Carp, Swifts and Butterflies flow through her work with a symbolic elegance.

Before crafting collages, Eloise founded a highly successful millinery label, Eloise Hats. She has also worked in a global advertising agency, run a luxury vintage clothes shop and transformed the house of Henry Moore into the museum it is today.

Eloise's luxuriant collages are cut by hand from authentic chiyogami paper and embellished with delicate strokes of oriental ink, creating lines of elegance in spellbinding style. Her artwork carries rare thoughtfulness.

Each creature is symbolic: Koi Carp for fortune, two butterflies for love, butterflies in general for renewal and rebirth, birds representing the supernatural link between heaven and earth.

 

 

 



About the Eloise Hall Brand

The Eloise Hall range of stationery and paper goods is based on the peaceful and delicate collages. Created with thick luxury paper stock, our beautiful collection brings a little bit of nature's calm into the hectic modern lives we lead. 

We believe that a handwritten note or card is very special to receive and we hope you enjoy using our products for many occasions even if its just to say hello!

Our range may be found in a hundreds of stores, large and small, in the UK and around the world including The Blue Diamond Garden Centre Group, Daunt Books, Fenwick, Fortnum & Mason  and London Zoo. 

"Eloise, I love your work"
 - George Clarke, Presenter of Amazing Spaces

"Eloise Hall's pair of butterfly works add a real joie de vivre to my kitchen."
- Lucinda Maydon, Interiors Stylist, Conde Nast