Elizabeth Beaumont is an Australian emerging artist whose practice predominantly focuses on exploring abstracted landscapes and expressions of the bush. She is based in the Southern Tablelands of NSW and draws inspiration from various regions across the country, including Wallum Heathland, the Central Desert, Southwest Tasmania, and the Southern Tablelands of NSW.
Beaumont’s artistic accomplishments are noteworthy and demonstrate her talent and potential. In 2018, she was a finalist and highly commended in the Glover Prize, a prestigious Australian landscape art prize. The same year, she was also a finalist in the Royal Queensland Art Society Young Artists Award and the Kangaroo Valley Art Prize in 2020. These accolades are a testament to her skill in creating evocative and thought-provoking art.
Her works have been exhibited in various venues and shows. In 2019, she exhibited with Sawtooth ARI, a contemporary art space based in Launceston, Tasmania. Additionally, she was part of a group exhibition in 2022, where her art was selected by Amber Creswell Bell from the National Emerging Artist Prize. Beaumont’s artworks showcase her unique style and distinct interpretation of the Australian landscape and her beautiful expressions of the Australian outback.