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Sculptor Elizabeth Rollins-Scott BA (Hons) Fine Art
Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

About Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

Elizabeth Rollins-Scott has a specialist interest in all things spiritual and mythical. Her work is varied and eclectic and is inspired partly by experience and also from vivid dreams in addition to her artistic influences. Since graduating from college, Elizabeth has maintained a strong professional art practice, although this has been supplemented over the years with experiences in the fashion industry, art therapy, art lecturing and tarot reading. Elizabeth has, over the course of the last decade, also developed works for the Ballet Rambert, a Shakesperean actors company and developed set designs for a 12 piece Latin Orchestra, Sandunga as well as working with Colin Riley, a composer working with the English National Opera, who composed a work especially to accompany the works displayed on this site and entitled `Still Moving`. (hear the composition on Elizabeth`s website) In addition to the arts, Elizabeth has been instrumental in establishing several arts communities in West London, which included setting up Diesel House Studios, one of the foremost artist communities that has shown the works of hundreds of artists and continues to nurture and develop a new generation of artists and crafts people. Elizabeth now lives and works her home-studio in Somerset which has allowed Elizabeth to focus on developing a new body of sculpture which is being prepared for exhibitions in the forthcoming year.
Sculptor Elizabeth Rollins-Scott BA (Hons) Fine Art
Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

Exhibition History of Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

Solo Shows
At Home, Weston Super Mare 2010
Nawar Gallery, Highgate, London 2005
Goose Gallery, Dorset 2003
Bank Gallery, Chobham, Surrey 2002
Riverhouse Barn, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey 2001
Orleans House, Twickenham, Surrey 2000
Hounslow Afro‑Caribbean Association, London 1999
Time Changes, Isleworth Festival with the Ballet Rambert 1999
The Organic Cafe Gallery, London 1999
Newman House, Richmond, Surrey 1999
Redlees Arts&Crafts Stables, London 1998
Hounslow Civic Centre, London 1997-98

Group Shows
Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland 2014
Marriott Hotel Group, London 2013
Pitshanger Manor Gallery, Ealing, London 2013
Bath Contemporary, Bath, Avon 2012 – 2014
Woodland Garden Sculpture Show, Cleeve Somerset 2012
Stone Carvers Exhibition, London 2011-2012
New Architect Gallery, London 2011-2012
Sea Breeze, Somerset, UK 2010-2014
Trowbridge 2009-2012
Serena Hall Galleries 2007-2014
North Somerset Arts Week (NSAW),Somerset, UK 2011
Cambridge Fine Art Gallery, Cambridgeshire, UK 2009-10
Porthminster Gallery, St Ives, Cornwall, UK 2009-10
Trowbridge Gallery, Castle Cary, Somerset, UK 2009-11
Serena Hall, Southwold, Suffolk, UK 2007-11
New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham, Surrey, UK 2006-11
Facets of Avelon, Glastonbury, UK 2006-07
Dover Street Arts Club, London, W1 2007
Blue Lias, Lyme Regis, Dorset, UK 2006-08
Art File Gallery, Bicester, Oxon, UK 2006-07
Red Biddy Gallery, Surrey, UK 2006-10
Strawberry Fish Gallery, Hampshire, UK 2006-11
Nawar Gallery, Highgate, London 2006
Osterley House, Isleworth, London 2005
Grove Fair, Westbourne Grove, London 2005
Diesel House Studios, London 2005
Diesel House Studios, London 2004
Thomas Gallery, Gabriels Wharf, London 2003
Diesel House Studios, London 2003
Modern Artists Gallery, Pangbourne, nr Reading, Berkshire, UK 2002
Diesel House Studios, London 2002
Yew Tree Gallery, Redruth, Cornwall, UK 2002
Collyer&Bristow, London 2001-02
Affordable Art Fair, London 2001
Art House, Richmond, Surrey, UK 2001
Orleans House Open Exhibition, Twickenham, Surrey, UK 2001
Diesel House Studios, London 2001
Affordable Art Fair, London 2000
Art House 2000, Richmond, Surrey, UK 2000
Richmond Printmakers Annual Exhibition, Surrey, UK 2000
Yew Tree Gallery, (Let In The Light), Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK 2000
Southall Open Exhibition, London 1999
The Young Unknowns Gallery, London 1988
The Mall Galleries, London 1985
The Royal Festival Hall, London 1984

Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

Biography / CV of Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

Elizabeth Rollins-Scott (b 1962) studied at Isleworth School of Art and Design and gained a BA (Hons) from Middlesex University (Hornsey). After leaving college, Elizabeth quickly established herself as a successful professional artist based in London after leaving college and later decided to work in the fashion industry forecasting colour trends for 10 years between 1987 and 1997 before re-establishing a professional arts practice from her London Studios in 1998 and more recently has also established studios in 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 modern art that has been inspired by antiquity, history, esoterica and the spiritual and explored from a multi-disciplinary viewpoint which includes painting, sculpture, printmaking and ceramics. Eizabeth`s works appear is private collections in the UK, Canada, Switzerland and America as well as featuring in public collections as including The Bermudian Government and the Afro Caribbean Society.

Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

Artist Statement of Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

Since my early childhood, I have had a fascination with the esoteric and spiritual dimensions of life that has been based upon my profound personal experiences with auras and energies, which have included visions, dreams and physical manifestations. My inspiration has also been drawn from both the primitive forms of antiquity as well as the religious sculptures and art forms of both the Gothic, Medieval and Renaissance periods.

Throughout my career I have predominantly developed two bodies of work: one vessel and sculptural based, which is ostensibly my angelic sculptural works and my sleeping heads and the other, figurative and landscape works, which are developed from complex surfaces inspired by my love of Egyptian and Coptic textiles and explored through the medium of print and painting, but throughout, there is a strong overriding common language and synergistic relationship which elucidates the relation between the modes, that is evidenced by both the complex application of layers and detailed markings and patterns.

My work moreover is approached from a multi-disciplinary perspective and invites insights and techniques from all media in which I work, namely, ceramics, sculpture, painting and printmaking. This rich vocabulary allows me to not only challenge conventional thinking but also work outside traditional boundaries.

Awards and Prizes of Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

Achievements and Awards
Presentation of mono print to the Prime Minister of Bermuda for the Government’s private collection 2004
Presented an oil painting from the ‘Invertebrates’ collection to the Prime Minister of Bermuda and Minister of the Environment for the Bermuda Marine Institute and appeared on Bermuda National Television and in the National Press 2004
Established Diesel House Studios as the largest privately run arts studios/gallery in London 2001 to Present
Appeared in the first edition of the ‘Black Who’s Who’ 2000
Collaborated with the Ballet Rambert to produce ballet and contemporary dance interpretation of ‘Black Angels – White Devils’ collection 2001
Collaborated with the composer Colin Riley (ENO) to develop musical score inspired by my the paper sculpture collection for the show Black Angels – White Devils. 1999
Collaborated with the Isleworth Actors Company to produce artwork for Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’ 1999
Established, stage managed and promoted 12 piece Latin orchestra ‘Sandunga’ who worked with Gloria Estefan, Tito Fuentes and Roberto Plat 1989 to 1992

Acquisitions / Collections of work by Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

Commissions and Public Collections
Commission of bronze sculpture ‘Wind Sister’ for holistic therapy rooms, Wimbledon, London 2010
Presentation of Jelly Fish monoprint to the Prime Minister of Bermuda for the Bermuda Government’s private collection 2004
Presented an oil painting from the ‘Invertebrates’ collection to the Bermuda Acquarium&Zoo (BMAZ). Received by the Prime Minister of Bermuda, the Minister of the Environment and Andrew Walker, Director of the Bermuda Marine Institute. Appeared on Bermuda National Television and in the Bermudian National Press. 2004
Commissioned by Hounslow Afro Caribbean Association (HACA) to build angel sculpture to celebrate the 40th anniversary of ‘The Windrush’ as part of Black History Month 2003
Commission for the London Borough of Hounslow Civic Centre 2000
Collectors of Elizabeth’s work include the Bermudian Maritime Institute, The Bermudan Government, Former Bermuda Prime Minister, Jennifer Smith, Actor Miranda Richardson and private collectors from Canada, France, America and across the UK.

Public Works of Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

Private Collection of the Prime Minister of Bermuda

Qualifications / Education of Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

Diploma in Fine Art - Isleworth School of Art and Design
BA Fine Art (Hons) - Hornsey
City of London University - Art Therapy

Publications / Media / Bibliography of Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

Publications, Articles&Press
Weston Mercury, feature on Artists unite to showcase their talent for the North Somerset Arts - 2011
Cornish Life, feature on the Bernard Leach retrospective at Porthminster Gallery - 2009
The Royal Gazette, Bermuda - 2004
Middlesex University Alumni Newsletter (feature) - 2004
New Nation Newspaper, feature on Bermuda Prime Minister visit to Diesel House Studios Show at Osterley Park and feature on ‘Black Angels – White Devils’ - 2004
The Green Magazine, feature on Diesel House Studios Summer show - 2003&`04
The Chronical Newspaper (feature) - 2003
Carribean Times (feature) - 2002
Ealing Gazette (feature) - 2002
Network Magazine (feature) - 2000
Black Who’s Who, appeared in the first edition of the British Black Who’s Who - 2000
What’s On In London (feature) - 2000
The Informer (feature on Black History Month) - 1999
The Guardian (feature on Black Angels – White Devils) - 1998
Appearance on GLR with Andrea Oliver - 1998

Teaching Experience

Grey Court School, Henry Newman House, Richmond, Surrey
Artist in Residence 1999 to 2001

Limes Nursing Home
Art Therapist 1998 to 2003

Influences / Inspiration of Elizabeth Rollins-Scott

My greatest influences are Hieronymus Bosch, Masaccio, Fra Angelico, Boticelli, Turner, Picasso and Louise Bourgois

Price Range of Work

Elizabeth Rollins-Scott's work has a price range from £395 to £12,000

Mediums utilised

Elizabeth Rollins-Scott's work is found in the following materials:

Artwork Categorised

Elizabeth Rollins-Scott's work is found in the following categories on site:
Figurative Abstract Modern or Contemporary Sculptures Statues statuary statuettes figurines (8)
Angel Sculptures (7)
Garden Or Yard / Outside and Outdoor Sculptures (5)
Spiritual sculpture (5)
Indoor Inside Interior Abstract Contemporary Modern Sculpture / statue / statuette / figurine (4)
Fairies Imps Trolls Gnomes Pixies Elves Goblins Hobgoblins Leprechauns Gremlins Elfs statuettess figurines Sculptures Statues (2)
Mythical Sculptures (2)
Abstract Loop Indoor and Outside Sculptures / Statues / statuettes (2)
Human Form: Abstract Sculptures (2)
Religious Sculpture (2)
Ceramic Sculptures (2)
Allegorical / Parable Sculpture (2)
Love / Affection Sculpture
Centaurs Pegasus Unicorns and Seahorses sculpture
Tabletop Desktop Small Indoor Statuettes Figurines Sculptures
Peace Sculptures or Statues or statuettes
Interior, Indoors, Inside Sculpture
Minimalist Understated Abstract Contemporary Sculpture statuary statuettes
Wedding Anniversary Gift or Present Sculptures Statues statuettes
Abstract Modern Contemporary Avant Garde Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines statuary both Indoor Or outside
Horses Abstract / Semi Abstract / Stylised / Contemporary / Modern Statues Sculptures statuettes
Happiness / Joy / Exuberance / Wild Pleasure sculpture
Small / Little Abstract Contemporary Sculptures / Statues


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