Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

Elizabeth Rollins-Scott (b. 1962) studied at Isleworth School of Art and Design and later at Middlesex University (Hornsey) where she gained her BA (Hons) Fine Art.  After leaving college, Elizabeth quickly established herself as a successful professional artist based in London. From 1987 to 1997 she worked in the fashion industry forecasting colour trends before re-establishing her arts practice working from her London studios. Recently she has relocated to Somerset where there are close links with a bronze foundry.

Over the course of the last fifteen years Elizabeth has developed and nurtured a body of contemporary work that has been inspired by antiquity, history, esoterica and the spiritual. She explores a multi-disciplinary approach to her practice, which includes painting, sculpture, printmaking and ceramics.   Elizabeth’s work appears in private collections throughout the UK, Canada, Switzerland and America as well as in public collections including The Bermudian Government and the Afro Caribbean Society.