Photography by Jasmine Tan
Elizabeth Creixell is an emerging artist based in Sydney, Australia.
Currently her work explores the notions of grief and loss through deeply introspective drawings and relief prints. Utilising confessional style text and subjects such as insects, floral bouquets and dried flora in her compositions, Elizabeth aims to normalise the process of grief and offer a quiet space of contemplation and healing for her audience.
Elizabeth holds a Master of Fine Art (2020) and Bachelor of Fine Art (2018) from the National Art School. Upon graduating in 2021, she has continued to exhibit across Sydney and Greater NSW. She is currently an Artist-in-Residence at Gallery Lane Cove + Creative studios, where she is producing her latest body of work. She was a semi finalist for the Tony White Memorial Art Prize (2020), was a finalist for the Lloyd Rees Youth Art Award (2019) and was a recipient of the Sydney Olympic Park Residency Award (2018).
National Art School, Master of Fine Art: Major in Printmaking, 2020
National Art School, Bachelor of Fine Art: Major in Printmaking, 2018
2023 Artist-in-Residence, Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios, Lane Cove.
2020 Semi finalist, Tony White Memorial Art Prize, Visual Arts in the Valley, Kangaroo Valley NSW.
2020 Finalist, Small Works Prize, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne.
2019 Finalist, Lloyd Rees Memorial Youth Art Award, Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios, Lane Cove.
2018 Recipient, Sydney Olympic Park Residency Award, Printmaking Prize, National Art School, Sydney.
2023 SWARM, Little Yellow Studio Gallery, Stanmore (Upcoming - late Oct)
2023 CAST, Mounted ARI, Springwood NSW.
2022 Substratum, Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf.
2021 Multiply, Online exhibition showcasing local printmaking talent, Curated by Beatrice Buckland-Willis.
2021 Edition Two, Curated by More Than Reproduction, White Rhino Artspace, St Leonards.
2021 The Postgrad Show, NAS Gallery + Printmaking Studios, Sydney.
2020-21 Small Works Prize, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne.
2020 Silent Auction 4 Djab Wurrung, Monster Mouse Studios, Marrickville.
2020 Interior/Exterior, TSE-Leigh Capital Corporate Space, tooth crusader, Wolli Creek (permanent)
2020 Tony White Memorial Art Prize, Visual Arts in the Valley 2020, Online exhibition.
2020 Silent Auction: Artists Support BLM, 321 Projects, Surry Hills.
2020 An Amplified Exchange, Library Stairwell Gallery, National Art School, Online exhibition.
2020 More Than Reproduction: Edition One, Curated More Than Reproduction, gaffa Gallery, Sydney.
2020 Re-Representation, gaffa Gallery, Gallery 1, Sydney.
2019-20 Lloyd Rees Memorial Youth Art Award, Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios, Lane Cove.
2019 Vision in Ink: Experimental Printmaking, Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios, Lane Cove.
2018 RELEASED: Class of 2018, BFA Graduate Exhibition, NAS Gallery, Sydney.
2018 NAS Open Day, Studio Show, National Art School, Sydney.
2018 Hip To Be Square, Library Stairwell Gallery, National Art School, Curtin University Technology, RMIT.
2018 Margaret Olley Drawing Week, Rayner Hoff Project Space, National Art School, Sydney.
2017 Margaret Olley Drawing Week, Rayner Hoff Project Space, National Art School, Sydney.
2016 1st Year Photomedia Survey, Rayner Hoff Project Space, National Art School, Sydney.
CAST, Exhibition catalogue, Published by Tia Madden and Mounted ARI, 8/07/2023.
Artist-in-Residence Spotlight: Elizabeth Creixell, Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios, https://www.gallerylanecove.com.au/artist-residencies-2023, 18/04/2023
Exhibition Opening: Meet the Curators of Edition Two 3.03.21, Art Month Sydney, https://artmonthsydney.com.au/events/meet-the-curators-of-edition-two/ , 18/02/2021.
NAS Studio Feature, National Art School, https://www.instagram.com/p/CEAoTp0JN7t/?igshid=oco70kzm1sk3, 18/08/2020.
Artist Profile: March 2020, More Than Reproduction, https://morethanreproduction.com/elizabeth-creixell, 21/03/2020.
Top 5 Exhibitions to see this week, Art Guide Australia, https://www.instagram.com/p/B8iMBQBJokN/?igshid=7ii9sbyxclbr, 14/02/2020.
Held in private collections in Australia and in the National Art School Printmaking department.