Elizabeth Ranelagh's education has been widespread and multicultural. She has attended schools and colleges in Ireland, England, France, Italy and California. Her college years included travel and work in Scandinavia and Greece.  Immediately after graduating she lectured in Art, principally Painting, Photography and Life-drawing, at colleges in the London area.  Her work has been exhibited in England and America, in group and solo shows as well as juried competitions and museum exhibitions, receiving awards and reviews.


Higher Education: 

  • Antioch University Los Angeles, California, USA, (M.A.)
  • United States International University and University of California, Santa Barbara, USA (B.F.A.)
  • Chelsea School of Art, London, England (Foundation Course)
  • Cambridge College of Arts and Technology, Cambridge, England ('O' and 'A' Levels)

Early Education: 



Solo Shows:

  • Signature Gallery, Ojai, California, USA
  • Williams Lamb Gallery, Long Beach, California, USA 
  • Bartlett Gallery, Bath, England 
  • Amwell Gallery, London, England

Museum Shows:

  • Cordova Art Museum, Alaska, USA.
  • San Diego Museum of Art, California, USA
  • Trotting Horse Museum of Art, New York, USA
  • Springfield Art, Museum, Ohio, USA (Award Winner)
  • California Museum of Art, Santa Rosa, California, USA (Award Winner)
  • Laguna Art Museum, California, USA, "Untitled:Untethered"

Group Shows:

  • Topanga Art Gallery, Topanga, California, USA
  • Mythos Gallery, Burbank, California, USA
  • Parkland College, Illinois, USA
  • Gallery 57, Fullerton, California, USA


"It's remarkable to me how expressive her faces are without much detail. They seem to really have something on their minds."   

  Glen Leonard Doll, Director, Mythos Gallery. Quoted in The Los Angeles Times

"...the quandaries men and women grapple with in partnership today."

Nancy Kapitanoff, Art Critic. The Los Angeles Times

"...imaginative, yet somehow real."

Barbara De Noon, Art Critic. Ojai Valley News


"...the movement is not really physical but psychological."

Nancy Kapitanoff, Art Critic. The Los Angeles Times

Renderings from Within

The Introspective Exhibition:  'Stillness'

Exhibiting A Comeback