Elizabeth Kelly

Elizabeth Kelly established Studio Tangerine in 2003 from a need for dedicated studio to research and develop small scale industrial processes of coloured glass applied to architecture, art and design. Elizabeth's practice cannot be easily pidgeon-holed as she maintains a broad approach to research be it conceptual or technical, and is constantly seeking out original modes of expression.

She has a committed passion for exploration of colour and form and is currently focussed on exploring the built environment and patterns in engineering. Underlying this subject is a fascination with the social and historic values imbued in architectural structures and the link to scale and perception.

Bachelor of Visual Arts

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