Growing up in Toronto's East End with her sister and mother, Elizabeth felt drawn to creativity and advocacy at a young age.
At age 3, she was always found with a crayon in hand. Ready to add colour to something.
At age 7, she got her hands on a camera and captured every bit of detail around her with wide eyes.
At age 12, she wrote a speech for her class on ‘why animals deserve more than zoos’.
Today if she is not found painting or drawing she can be found somewhere in nature.
In 2019 Elizabeth started 'SomewhereDrawing' her art exploration with drawings based on somewhere in nature or her imagination.
First off, thank you for reading my artist statement.
My favourite mediums are watercolour, acrylic ink and acrylic paint.
Nature is the main source of my inspiration.
I try to create work that makes people feel safe, happy, and peaceful.
This is how nature makes me feel.
I invite you to take a look.