Kinga Elliott's abstract works are an interplay between shapes and colours searching for a balance within the composition, sometimes using geometrical theorems as a starting point, sometimes more organic in nature. She has an interests in the theory of light, cosmology and data science.


Kinga Elliott is a Hungarian born Scottish artist. She studied physics and mathematics before being trained as a painter at Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen.


She received the prestigious RSA John Kinross Scholarship to Florence, Italy, won the J. Gordon Brown Memorial Painting Prize 2020 and the SCPN Art & Design Prize for Creative Communication, Scotland 2019.

Kinga Elliott works in her studio in Glenesk at the border of Aberdeenshire and Angus.

Her work can be found in the RGU Arts & Heritage Collection and in private collections.