Elizabeth Clancy

Elizabeth Clancy is a Melbourne-born photographer whose wide-ranging professional career spans 20 years and covers fine art, photojournalism, travel, corporate and more. She completed a Bachelor of Arts in History and Visual Arts at Monash University in 1997 and gained her Diploma in Applied Photography from NMIT in 2004, a year after mounting her first solo exhibition. This was followed soon after by her participation in a ground-breaking photojournalism group show Broadsheet and spearheading a collaborative exhibition on cultural shifts in St Kilda that became the photographic book Same Place, Different Face.
She worked in Dublin, London and Buenos Aires before coming home to Shoreham on the Mornington Peninsula in 2012, where she lives with her husband and three children. Recent prizes include the Highly Commended Photography Award for “Shands Road” and Best Other Medium prize for “Three Trees” at Art Red Hill. She has been a member of Cook Street Collective in Flinders, which also hosted her 2021 solo exhibition, Lull.
Blue Moon Commission
Charlie will share 20% of sales to: Red Hill Consolidated Primary School.

Available Works

Bushrangers Bay
Printed on Canson Rag Photographique 
H 62 x W 45 cm (Framed)  
Edition 1/15 
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