LIZ HEBER RETROSPECTIVE

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ELIZABETH CATHERINE ANNE HEBER 1934 - 2021

Elizabeth Heber (nee Inglis) was born with a severe cleft palate, and not expected to survive.  No doubt, the idea of her living until 2021 and having such a successful life would have been unthinkable.

Elizabeth, known as Liz to all her friends, was a talented child and could have studied music, piano and violin, or art at college.  Instead she chose science, completing her Bachelor of Science and working in medical research (tuberculosis) before teaching at various schools including St Hilda’s Southport and Clayfield College.

Retiring from teaching in 1996, Liz took up an art career, focusing on silk art, with exhibitions of her work around the world, and using her art to raise funds for Zonta International.

Liz was determined, inspirational, fun and talented.

She lived and worked in Beachmere, Queensland and passed away at her home on 14 January 2021.

A Retrospective of the life of Elizabeth Heber was held at the Beachmere Hub, Main St, Beachmere on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 March between 10am and 4pm.

Liz's remaining artwork is available from the Shop or by viewing at the Hub, Main St by appointment.  Contact BANG on 0456 818 017 .

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Our Liz Heber Retrospective was two huge days of wonderful art and fantastic entertainment, thanks to Rhonda and the wonderful Viva La Musica choir and friends.   We are so happy so many people were able to purchase a little (or a lot) of Liz's art.

 

You can still purchase any artwork available direct from BANG (call 0456 818 017) or you can purchase through the shop on this website.  Follow the links, make your purchase and get in touch to arrange collection or despatch of your selection.

 

Some other items are also available and will be added over time - or can be viewed (upon appointment) at the Hub, Main St, Beachmere.