Elizabeth makes paintings of family moments and places from her homes in Hertfordshire and in Singapore. They are nostalgic, highlighting the difficulty of living in two different places, missing the life of one when at the other.
The process of painting is about spending time with the people she loves and managing emotions.
Elizabeth works in egg tempera, having been introduced to the medium by Michael Kirkbride NEAC, David Cranswick (apprenticed to artist Cecil Collins) and Irina Bradley.
Two of her favourite artists are Camille Pisarro and Ruth Stage.