Elizabeth joined the NSCG in 2006. She is a member of ATASDA and the Embroiderer’s Guild UK and NSW. Her work has been published in the Embroidery and Cross Stitch Magazine and in the American magazine, Sewing, Quilting and Embroidery Professional.
Elizabeth has exhibited in several exhibitions in Australia and has had her work accepted for the Up Over, Downunder Exhibition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
Her source of inspiration is the natural world, landscapes and the flow of Australia. The landscapes are completed using basic stitches. She spends a great deal of time, sometimes as many as 400 hours, making the landscapes as realistic as possible, and as a result has had many comments that the embroideries look realistic with the light of watercolour paintings.
The main focus of her work is to hopefully illustrate that needlework, or indeed any textile technique, has a place in the legitimate art world so that it is appreciated and valued as much as any other medium.
Pittsburg Art Gallery, USA.
Regional Galleries in NSW , Queensland and Victoria.
NSW Parliament House, " The Fountain Gallery " and " Linwood House " Guilford.
Work featured in Power Point presentation at an American Embroiderer's Guild Conference in Kentucky.
The Australian Embroidery Magazine,
The American Professional, Sewing,Quilting and Embroidery Magazine.
The NZ Embroiderer's Guild Magazine "Threads"
Australian Textile Art and Surface Design Magazine "Fibreline "
Textile Fibre Forum June 2015.
- The Royal and regional Shows
- The Embroiderer's Guild's Exhibitions and
- The Narrabri Cotton Fibre Expo's.
In 2008 the Embroiderer's Guild purchased on of my panels to hold in their permanent collection.
Calico Coral below
won first prize in the Mixed Media Design Section, Narrabri Cotton Fibre Textile Exhibition 2017
This is the second time I have won a section. The first was for Hand Embroidery in 2009.