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Elizabeth Bevington

Elizabeth Bevington
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My practice is constantly evolving but always retains an underlying feminist voice, using colour and imagery to present ambiguous explorations of different perspectives. My new body of work is a bright and colourful discovery of the world of collage. I love the physical process of collaging which provides the freedom to play with compositional ideas and concepts which I translate into paint. My paintings are to be hung any side up in order to elevate the role of the viewer and their individual perspective of the collection of images.
Painting BA Hons - Edinburgh College of Art, 2018.

The No Borders Initiative, Art Thou, 2020
An online exhibition with Art Thou in collaboration with the Maggie's centre.

Platform for Emerging Arts 20, Leyden Gallery, London, 2018
Selected for an exhibition of six emerging artists.

DOK Space, Edinburgh, 2018
Socius18, Members Show

Orbit UK graduates show, OXO Bargehouse, London, 2018
Selected to be part of the 2018 graduates show.

Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show, Edinburgh, 2018

The Salon, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh 2017
An exhibition of the members of Embassy Gallery.

Pathway to Enlightenment, McEwan Hall, 2016-2017
In collaboration with artist Despina Petridou, winner of a competition to design 'The Pathway to Enlightenment': a memorial wall to celebrate those who donated to the refurbishment of the McEwan Hall.

Build up, 23 Atholl Cresent Gallery, Edinburgh 2017
An exhibition of final year students.
‘How do u like urs?’, Oil on Canvas, 60 x 60cm.
  • Elizabeth Bevington
  • ‘How do u like urs?’, Oil on Canvas, 60 x 60cm.
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‘Hey Hun’, Acrylic on Canvas, 50 x 50 cm.
  • Elizabeth Bevington
  • ‘Hey Hun’, Acrylic on Canvas, 50 x 50 cm.
‘What’s your reality?’, Acrylic on Canvas, 50 x 50 cm.
  • Elizabeth Bevington
  • ‘What’s your reality?’, Acrylic on Canvas, 50 x 50 cm.
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