For many years, Elisabeth Cummings was the best-kept secret in Australian art. Although her style incorporates elements of abstract expressionism, she is essentially a painter of landscapes, still lifes and interiors. Over the past two decades Cummings has become recognised as an accomplished and original landscapist. Her work has been acquired by leading public museums, and a growing band of private collectors. She is widely viewed as the most important female painter at work in Australia today.
She is currently represented by King Street Gallery.