Elisabeth spent her early years in Barcelona where she dabbled in drawing and painting from an early age. As an adult Elisabeth continued developing her art with watercolours at the Queensland Watercolour Society. She soon found that this didn’t define her as an artist and furthered her formal training at Brisbane Institute Art and Bremer TAFE focusing in painting in oils and acrylics.
Her first solo exhibition was at St Stephens Gallery, Brisbane City Hall in 2000.
Elisabeth likes to use her work in aid of community support exhibiting for Life Line, Mitchelton Community Centre, Qld Police Services, St Steven’s Catholic Gift Shop, View Club and Brisbane Ethnic and Multicultural Arts Centre [BEMAC].
Her style, expressionist abstraction, is meditative and at the same time energetic. It derives from observed reality and never looses all contact with it. Themes and locations are entwined so that everyday like is, not only urban, but also a mystical