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In her first solo exhibition WILDS, Elizabeth explores the relationships that we all share with the landscapes where we live. In particular it conveys the dimensionality of the countryside; its layers and its depths. Trees stand in solitary silence sculpted only by the physical elements and waves break on rugged rocky shores creating ocean mists that slowly drift away.

“All you have to do is drive along the highway or sit atop a hill and as the light changes or scant mists settle into the valleys you see a picture of a landscape that has persisted over thousands of years yet is infinitely fragile and variable.”

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