Bursting with colour and energy, Elizabeth Power’s paintings exude a warmth and vibrancy. Based in Hastings, UK, Power’s work has a colour palette rich in coral pinks, forest greens and cool blues.
Drawing inspiration from Colourists such as Matisse, Hockney and Tal R, Power’s loose and free abstraction takes this to the next level.
Power has been featured by the likes of British Vogue, The Royal Academy of Arts, Heals, The London Design Festival, Itsu, Artsy, Delphian Gallery, Art For Charity Collective and The Other Art Fair. In 2020 she exhibited with Heals as part of the London Design Festival, was a winner of the Contemporary Art Collectors open call, and exhibited in a group exhibition at Hancock Gallery entitled ‘Between Distance and Desire’, among artists such as Billy Childish and Mark Demsteader. She also exhibited in the online exhibitions Curated for Covid and Anti-Freeze.
Elizabeth exhibited in the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2018, with her work being selected by the RA for use on posters and gift cards. She was selected by Delphian Gallery to be featured in their highly acclaimed 2019 open call exhibition and was also the winner of the Flat Space Art Gallery open call 2019.
Power co-hosts The Artfully Podcast (rated in GQ’s top 50 podcasts for 2021), which covers news stories, gossip, and revisiting art history you thought you knew, or always wished you did. She has interviewed the likes of Unskilled Worker and Benjamin Murphy of Delphian Gallery.