Lizzie is an exciting young up and coming artist who lives and works in Brighton - Settling there after moving from Oxfordshire to study.

She started selling paintings aged 15 and has always wanted to have a career in the creative field. She studied at Oxford and Cherwell valley college achieving a AA in Avce Art and Design before being accepted to study Critical Fine Art Practice at Brighton University. During her time at University Lizzie worked on developing her painting and her prop work by creating large technical pieces based on illusion, copy and the simulacrum. These sculptural pieces in turn influenced Lizzie's painting, giving her ideas on new technique, and materials - refining her style through experimentation.

On leaving university Lizzie began to exhibit regularly with the World Domination Collective in a traveling show 'Graph' She also began permanently displaying her work at the Shoreham Gallery. This was an artists co - op where she got to play a big part in helping to keep the gallery running. This was a good grounding and a starting place for Lizzie to begin showing her work in other places. Lizzie had to leave the Shoreham gallery as freelance prop making was taking up too much of her time to fully commit to running the gallery.

In 2011 Lizzie moved to Art At five in Brighton - Brighton's leading contemporary art gallery, where she soon established herself as a selling artist. Her pieces were well received and she has proven to be a successful part of the gallery.Lizzie also had a drawing published in the book 'The Chronology Of Pattern' which went on sale in October 2011.

In June 2012 Lizzie was accepted as an exhibitor at The ArtHouse Gallery in London, exhibiting alongside many international and national acclaimed award winning artists.

Lizzie is certainly someone to look out for, she is an emerging talent.


Lizzie is an exciting young up and coming artist who lives and works in Brighton - Settling there after moving from Oxfordshire to study.

She started selling paintings aged 15 and has always wanted to have a career in the creative field. She studied at Oxford and Cherwell valley college achieving a AA in Avce Art and Design before being accepted to study Critical Fine Art Practice at Brighton University. During her time at University Lizzie worked on developing her painting and her prop work by creating large technical pieces based on illusion, copy and the simulacrum. These sculptural pieces in turn influenced Lizzie's painting, giving her ideas on new technique, and materials - refining her style through experimentation.

On leaving university Lizzie began to exhibit regularly with the World Domination Collective in a traveling show 'Graph' She also began permanently displaying her work at the Shoreham Gallery. This was an artists co - op where she got to play a big part in helping to keep the gallery running. This was a good grounding and a starting place for Lizzie to begin showing her work in other places. Lizzie had to leave the Shoreham gallery as freelance prop making was taking up too much of her time to fully commit to running the gallery.

In 2011 Lizzie moved to Art At five in Brighton - Brighton's leading contemporary art gallery, where she soon established herself as a selling artist. Her pieces were well received and she has proven to be a successful part of the gallery.Lizzie also had a drawing published in the book 'The Chronology Of Pattern' which went on sale in October 2011.

In June 2012 Lizzie was accepted as an exhibitor at The ArtHouse Gallery in London, exhibiting alongside many international and national acclaimed award winning artists.

Lizzie is certainly someone to look out for, she is an emerging talent.