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Recognised for intricate design elements, vibrant hues and
sophisticated symbolism, Elizabeth Mavrick’s glass art is sought
after by many high-profile commercial and private clients.
pecialising in kiln-formed glass
sculptures, wall and window panels,
outdoor sculptures and feature water
panels, Elizabeth Mavrick’s glass art
reflects the magic, passion, integrity and hard
work she invests into every piece.
Elizabeth has been a committed glass artist
since 1992. In 2004, she and her husband, Steve
Scott, expanded their fully equipped glass studio
in South Fremantle to create the Red Umbrella
Offering harmonious views of the unique
Australian way of life, Elizabeth’s works depict
a variety of pathways, life journeys, iconic
structures, cityscapes and imposing landscapes.
Some of her large sculptural works incorporate
316 (marine grade) stainless steel in the form
of laser-cut pieces, machined stands and wall
mounts, with colours fired directly into the glass,
often using dichroic glass highlights.
Private and corporate commissions are
a large part of Elizabeth’s work. Whether it be
an architectural piece, a sculpture or a distinctive
wall panel, designers and clients are offered
a personalised and professional experience
where her passion for her work meets their
passion for their projects.
An impressive list of corporate commissions
undertaken by Elizabeth includes ABC, BHP
Billiton, Chinese Embassy (Perth), CSIRO, Ferrari
Club, Hocking Heritage Studios, Langley Hotel,
Miele Australia, Perth Mint, Phillips Udan,
Premier’s Department (WA) and Wesfarmers.
Her private collections and commissions have
been delivered worldwide to Canada, Great
Britain, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia,
New Zealand, Scotland, Singapore and the US.
Elizabeth’s one-off artworks are available
from the Red Umbrella Art Gallery and from
selected galleries throughout Australia.
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