Elizabeth Allen-Smith, transcended into an artist from an early age after studying it as a GCSE, an A-level and further developed her love for art through her completion of an undergraduate Fine Art degree at The Birmingham School of Art.
Her work looks at emerging the present with future intentions, exploring into the ideas of dystopian landscapes and futuristic concepts, looking at the physical growth of nature and the evolutionary effect of humans through disaster events. More recently she has developed her practice using repetitive lines displaying direction of flow based off the notion of emergence and emanation from a point, studying into the spread of disease and the evacuation of an area. She shows this through the process of installation, line drawings and paintings to experiment and create random patterns allowing the natural flow to develop into a piece of work.
Her time as an artist has involved local exhibitions including HyperSTEW, Centrala, Digbeth in 2019 and more recently in 2020 an exhibition at the Birmingham School of Art.