Elizabeth Wojciak

Elizabeth Wojciak is an Adelaide-based artist who has made a name for herself over the last few years, winning various awards as well as being named a Finalist for this years’ SALA Contemporary Art Award.

Elizabeth received a Bachelor of Visual Arts and Applied Design at the Adelaide Centre for the Arts in 2004, and has since exhibited extensively across Adelaide, notably in the Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize in 2005, as well as interstate.

Elizabeth’s current series of work is all about colour, shapes and mixed media layers applied, scratched back and reworked to create an emphasis on everyday belongings. They offer hints relating to the lifestyle of unseen inhabitants and provide aesthetic statements within domestic setting. These colourful and decorative paintings are strongly influenced by work of William Scott, Elizabeth Blackadder, Paul Gaugin and Brett Whiteley.