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Derek Eland was born on 16 September, 1961. Discover Derek Eland's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 59 years old?

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His studio practice is drawing and painting based and a reaction to his native Cumbrian landscape, rooted in his family’s background in farming. As a landscape painter Eland has exhibited widely, including at The Lowry, Salford, the Royal Cambrian Academy of Art in Conwy and the Bankside Gallery, London and for many years had an art gallery, Gallery Number Three in Carlisle, Cumbria. Over the years his work has been shortlisted for a number of awards and prizes including the International Celeste Art Prize in 2007, the UK Museums and Heritage Awards for Excellence 2014, and Salon Art Prize 2014. Eland has published two books, 'Diary Rooms - Being Human on the Front Line in Afghanistan' in 2013 and 'Artist on Everest, Being Human at Base Camp' in 2017. He is a regular speaker at festivals and events, including DiaryFest, King's College, London, Open City Documentary Festival, London and the Contemporary Arts Society.


In 2017 Eland worked in partnership with King's College, London and The Great Diary Project culminating in an exhibition of the work at Somerset House[4].


In April May 2016 Eland was Artist in Residence at Everest Base Camp, a socially engaged arts project supported by the British Council. The work was covered by the world’s press including the BBC and The Guardian and toured to galleries and exhibitions in the UK and overseas including at the Mountainfilm Festival [3] in Telluride, Colorado, Kendal Mountain Festival, and The Gallery at Rheged in Cumbria.


In 2015 Eland was elected as an Honorary Fellow of the University of Cumbria. He is a member of the Bob Graham Round 24 Hour Club.[1]


In 2013 to 2014 Eland worked with Bournemouth University Dementia Unit in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Society and Age UK on '(Don’t) Mention Dementia', a public engagement project[2]. The resulting work was exhibited widely and Eland presented an abstract about the project at The 23rd Alzheimer Europe Conference in Malta. He was subsequently a member of the UK wide Dementia, Arts and Wellbeing Network (DAWN) at the University of Nottingham.


In 2011 Eland was selected as an official British War Artist in Helmand, Afghanistan. He was embedded with the British 16 Air Assault Brigade on the front line for a month. The resulting work was described in The Independent newspaper as ‘groundbreaking’ and exhibited at the Imperial War Museum, Art Month Sidney and the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum. In 2014 to 2015 the work was exhibited at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art where it is now in their collection. A book which resulted from this work was published with the support of the Arts Council.


In 2009 Eland attended the University of Cumbria and gained a MA in Contemporary Fine Art. He was Artist in Residence for Carlisle City Council where he created the Love Carlisle project and after the Cumbrian Floods in 2009 became an Artist in Residence in Cockermouth, Cumbria.


Eland was born in Penrith, Cumbria and educated at the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Penrith and afterwards at Durham University where he graduated with an honours degree in Politics in 1983. Following a year as sabbatical student president at the College of St Hild and St Bede at Durham he attended the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. He was commissioned into the Parachute Regiment in 1984 reaching the rank of Captain in the Third Battalion and served in the UK, Cyprus and the Mediterranean and the USA. After leaving the Army Eland worked for fifteen years as a management consultant, firstly in the Middle East and afterwards for a number of UK Government departments.


Derek Eland is a British artist (born 16 September 1961) based in the Lake District, Cumbria, United Kingdom and whose practice explores what it means to be human and the impact we make on landscape. He was an official British War Artist in Afghanistan in 2011 and Artist in Residence at Everest Base Camp in 2016.