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Elizabeth is a self-taught artist and has been painting for many years. “I am a self-confessed colour addict and I work in many different mediums to capture the essence or feeling of my subject. I like to connect to the soul of whatever I am working on”.
Elizabeth works in many different mediums and has two very distinctive styles, the main one she works predominately on she calls her “CityLife” paintings working mostly with acrylics and resin producing large, abstract and striking pieces. Delving into her Far Eastern roots Elizabeth has been working on a collection of Japanese Red Crowned Cranes, Geisha, Koi and Blossoms.
The other style which she has a lot of fun with is her “CountryLife” where she works in watercolour producing whimsical loose style paintings of animals, birds and some figurative pieces, adding fine detail with ink and fine liner pens. She has completed many commissioned portraits of much loved pets and animals.
Inspiration for her can occur at any time and in any place. Elizabeth has never been confined to one subject, preferring to vary her projects and media. Whether it is capturing the pinpoints of light in a night sky, the deep shades of blue where the sea falls into an ocean chasm or the feeling of movement from a flowing river, nature is a major influence and the inspiration behind most of her work.
She loves the challenge of working with new mediums and experimenting with new effects in painting. Elizabeth’s paintings are created using an exciting range of media including pouring and dripping using fluid acrylics, metallic lustre paints, gold leaf and resin often embellishing with glitter, nail polish, sequins and crystals in very intricate detail. Elizabeth enjoys the gestural abstract approaches of painting while allowing incidents and effects take place in her compositions. Her use of different media and her love of colour has continuously developed and evolved together with her use of resin.
Elizabeth seeks to convince the viewer to engage in conversation and to prompt an emotional reaction. She wants the owner to fall in love and enjoy her art for many years to come.
She has sold works internationally and has many returning clients building on their portfolios of her work.
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