Elizabeth attended both St. Martins School of Art and the Royal College of Art, but it was not until her second marriage to a potter that she produced work for retail.
| Pierrot Clown II |
| Pierrot Clown I |
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She found she enjoyed working in clay and before long; animals, clowns and eccentric ladies were taking shape. Clowns became her passion – she finds the mixture of laughter and tears, which lie so near to the surface, a constant fascination. She makes them from stoneware clay, which are decorated when the clay is leather hard and then once fired.
Over the years they have become widely collected and although she now makes very few they are still sought after.