Colour Crush Kelly Green #002
Colour Crush Kelly Green #002

Elizabeth O'Connor

Colour Crush Kelly Green #002

Aluminium, Electrostatic Polymer Resin, Pigment

58 x 60 x 9 cm

Location: Waterloo
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About Elizabeth O'Connor

Elizabeth O'Connor, with a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts from QUT, has built an extensive and rewarding career in the arts by utilising her inherent entrepreneurial qualities across a range of creative fields. She expresses her deep fascination with colour, finding great joy in exploring unconventional colour combinations and the interplay between various hues and tonal shifts. "I am absolutely captivated by colour. I derive immense joy from experimenting with unconventional colour combinations and delving into the interplay between different hues and tonal shifts." Elizabeth’s sculptural journey embraces the mesmerising allure of transformation, where the ordinary metamorphoses into extraordinary. Fascinated by the ethereal essence of a seemingly insignificant object—the crumpled piece of paper, she discovers a metaphorical portal in which to explore the complexities of its humble existence. Within the folds of the mundane, an unpretentious aesthetic lies concealed. Using the force of her own body weight, she coaxes the metal sheet to surrender its two-dimensional rigidity, hand guiding it into the realm of multidimensionality to reveal an alluring three-dimensional sculptural embodiment of bold, minimalist form. The interplay of light and shadow unveils the ephemeral dance of transience and permanence, evoking emotions that transcend the limitations of words. Each intricate fold, crinkle and contour suggests its own whispered narrative – an invitation for the viewer to engage with the work and witness the silent dialogue between form and function, chaos and order, fragility and resilience. "Art doesn't always have to depict, suggest, or define something. It exists as a complete entity in its own right." Throughout her remarkable career, Elizabeth has found inspiration through extensive travels and thrives on collaborative endeavors spanning diverse creative disciplines and mediums. Currently based in Brisbane, her artworks can be found in both corporate and private collections. Her artistic influences encompass a wide spectrum of artists, including Pierre Soulages, Robert Motherwell, Franz Kline, Mark Rothko, Cy Twombly, Ellsworth Kelly, Henri Matisse (especially his paper cuts), Clement Meadmore, and John Chamberlain. Creating is profoundly ingrained within Elizabeth O’Connor’s DNA. Fuelled by experimentation and various mediums, her diverse and explorative creative practice embarks on a boundless artistic odyssey. With the surface as the playground; form, line and colour, together with a stroke of serendipity, become the conduit for bold, unrestrained, energetic expression. Colour holds paramount importance for Elizabeth and is the captivating characteristic enveloping her work. She expresses her deep fascination with colour by orchestrating a symphony of unconventional colour interactions that infuse vitality and evoke a compelling visual experience. “Colour is my absolute obsession. I love creating atypical colour combinations and exploring the relationship between hues and tonal shifts.” Elizabeth’s sculptural journey embraces the mesmerising allure of transformation, where the ordinary metamorphoses into extraordinary. Fascinated by the ethereal essence of a seemingly insignificant object—the crumpled piece of paper, she discovers a metaphorical portal in which to explore the complexities of its humble existence. Within the folds of the mundane, an unpretentious aesthetic lies concealed. Using the force of her own body weight, she coaxes the metal sheet to surrender its two-dimensional rigidity, hand guiding it into the realm of multidimensionality to reveal an alluring, three-dimensional sculptural embodiment of bold, minimalist form. The interplay of light and shadow unveils the ephemeral dance of transience and permanence, evoking emotions that surpass the limitations of words. Each intricate fold, crinkle and contour suggests its own whispered narrative – an invitation for the viewer to engage with the work and witness the silent dialogue between form and function, chaos and order, fragility and resilience. Holding a Bachelor of Visual Arts from QUT, Elizabeth has utilised her inherent entrepreneurial characteristics and built an extensive and rewarding career in the arts, interiors and fashion industries. She finds inspiration through extensive travels and thrives on collaborative endeavours spanning diverse creative disciplines and mediums. Residing in Brisbane, her work can be found in both corporate and private collections. Artist influencers encompass a wide spectrum and include Pierre Soulages, Robert Motherwell, Franz Kline, Mark Rothko, Cy Twombly, Ellsworth Kelly, Henri Matisse (especially his paper cuts), Clement Meadmore and John Chamberlain.

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