Visiting artist, Elizabeth Drury, has held an exhibition of her works for boys and staff both in the School's Pasmore Gallery and online.
Elizabeth is a London-based artist working primarily in drawing. She has been inspiring Harrow boys throughout the spring term, both remotely and on the Hill, giving one-to-one tutorials, mentoring groups and working on a series of drawings in her studio adjacent the Pasmore Gallery.
Since completing her MA in Painting from the Royal College of Art in 2017, Elizabeth has exhibited across the UK and India.
Her practice explores the limitations of an observational drawing practice, using research into Object Attachment Theory, the mystification of everyday objects and early film sets.
She is also co-founder of Hot Desque, a nomadic curatorial practice based in London that presents exhibitions, talks and essays.