Press Clippings Elizabeth graduated from the Royal Academy and set up her studio in Chelsea following WWII. She had her first one-man show in 1951. Part 1: England - 1950s Early Recognition Working with Barney Seale, the Sculptor One-Man Show Elizabeth moved to Canada with her husband, and established herself in the arts community in Montreal, and later in the Toronto area, where she developed a speciality in children’s portraits. Part 2: Eastern Canada - 1950s-1960s Montreal - 1950s Toronto - 1960s Elizabeth’s work in West Vancouver earned her recognition as one of the finest artists on the West Coast. Part 3: Vancouver - 1970-1995 Part 4: Vancouver - 1996-1997 Part 5: Vancouver - 1998-2001 Part 6: Vancouver - 2001-2010 Made with Xara Web Designer Contents © Elizabeth Smily 2010  Web Design by Susan Smily The Galleries Main Hallway About the Artist Press Clippings   Early Sketchbooks (1930s) Character Studies   Circus Drawings Large Animal Studies  Figure Studies - Female  Figure Studies - Male  The Chelsea Gallery -      (1946-1951) Before and After WWII  Portraits Charcoal & Mixed Media Pastel Watercolour Children  Oil  - Female Nudes Oil- Male Family  Self-Portraits Subject and Painting Demonstrations Other Portraits Chemainus Wall Mural Compositions Animals Dogs & Cats Horses Other Animals Birds Other Works Landscapes  Still Life  Sculpture