Teresa Making Nachos by Elizabeth Solich

ARTIST NOTES: Teresa Making Nachos (2021) By Elizabeth Solich, oil on canvas, recycled materials. The Cuttlefish feed by using their extendable tentacles to catch prey as it moves past. They also have a razor sharp beak (similar to a parrot's beak) hidden behind its tentacles which enables cuttlefish to feed on hard shelled animals such as crabs. The Australian giant cuttlefish loves to cook. While enjoying cooking and to be safe from human plastic overdose, the cuttlefish learned how to utilise Stikeez.. after all life is like nachos, you have to pour on it with the best toppings and let the nacho be the canvas.


DIMENSIONS (Height - 45.70 cm X Width - 35.60 cm )
MEDIUM ON BASE Oil on Canvas Board
GENRE Seascape
REGISTERED NRN # 000-42270-0177-01
COPYRIGHT © Elizabeth Solich
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Artist: Elizabeth Solich


Adelaide based artist and photographer, Elizabeth Solich, has been honing her skills in underwater photography for the past seven years. Originally an architecture student, Elizabeth blended her photography skills and underwater observations of the fauna and flora with her drawing and painting experience, bringing about a perfect marriage of her two passions. Elizabeth's evolution into underwater photography allowed her to introduce another element to this union and extend the range of her talent even further. Her observations of marine fauna and flora allows Elizabeth to challenge boundaries, capturing the underwater world utilizing environmentally aware story telling in the exploration of movement and composition.  

Elizabeth shares her passion for everything underwater with the world. Through her artwork she expresses her never ending admiration for the weird and wonderful underwater creations of nature. Her works have been displayed at various exhibitions in Australia and overseas. 

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