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Elizabeth is a Dublin based sculptor and painter. Originally a French translator, Elizabeth is largely a self-taught artist, best known for her bronze sculptures of John Hume, John Count McCormack, and Dr Garret FitzGerald.

Elizabeth was elected as member of the Water Colour Society of Ireland in 2013 and served on the WCSI committee since 2016.  She is also a member of the Ulster Watercolour Society and the Dublin Painting and Sketching Club. Her paintings are architectural in content. She is a regular attendee at the Royal Hibernian Academy of Art’s life drawing sessions.

She is an elected member of The Art Students League of New York, where she has studied regularly since 2008. She has also studied at the Florence Academy of Art, and the Pietrasanta Marble School in Italy.

Collectors of her work include the European Parliament, Department of Foreign Affairs, Irish Embassies in Washington DC and London, OPW, National Concert Hall, National Library of Ireland, University of Limerick, UCD, Shannon Airport, IRFU, Munster Rugby and Belfast City Hall.

Exhibitions include the Zurich Portrait Prize 2020, Society of Portrait Sculptors in London, and RHA annual exhibitions where she was Invited Artist in 2022, 2020 and 2018, and won the RHA Conor/Moran Sculpture Award in 2007.


Elizabeth has lectured in portrait sculpture to the Friends of the National Gallery of Ireland, and at the Institute of Art Design & Technology Dun Laoghaire, Dublin. She teaches portrait sculpture in her studio in The Design Tower, Dublin



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