Elisha K Habermann is an emerging artist/art student, writer and photographer living in the Central Queensland region. She is recently completed a Bachelor of Creative Arts at CQUniversity, with a major in Visual Arts.

Elisha’s work, for the most part, involves mixed media portraiture utilising both traditional and digital media that engages with themes involving identity, interpersonal relationships, and our relationship, as humans, with the world around us.

2013 Cert. IV Visual Arts
2016 Diploma Visual Arts
2014 – 2018 Bachelor of Digital Media
2018 – 2021 Bachelor of Creative Art

Awards and Prizes
2011 Blackwater State Highschool Art Competition and Exhibition: Photography – judge’s merit award photography
2013 Bundaberg Arts Festival: Highly commended
2016 CQU Creates: Student award
2018 School Medal from the School of Education and The Arts at CQUniversity
2018 Rockhampton Community Service Club Multimedia Studies Prize
2019 Australian Decorative & Fine Arts Society Young Arts Award
2020 Brigalow Arts Festival: Photography – winner
2021 CQU Creates – Highly Commended

2020 LifeLime 500: 2020 Micro Grant funded by Latitude 23 Arts Inc. in partnership with Arts Central Qld Inc.

Solo Exhibitions
2016 Rockhampton Skyline CQUniversity Rockhampton, City Rockhampton Skyline digital exhibition

Group Exhibitions
2013 Student Exhibition Hervey Bay Regional Gallery
2015 CQU Creates touring exhibition
2016 CQU Creates touring exhibition
2018 CQU Creates touring exhibition
2019 Emergence CQUniversity Rockhampton, City
2020 Liminal Spaces CQUniversity Rockhampton, City
2021 This is Latitude 23, Fig Tree Galleries, Yeppoon
2021 Komorebi, CQUniversity Rockhampton, City

Arts Central Queensland Inc. – Member
Latitude 23 – Member

CQUniversity Collection, Rockhampton
Private collections in Australia

Passion Drives Elisha’s busy life of art
CQU Creates artist on a winner with comment on failed council amalgamation
Creative arts degree paints numerous career pathways for visual artists
Central Queensland artist paints her destiny
Bachelor of Creative Arts students explore their inner artist with exhibition
CQUni creative arts students make good use of ‘Liminal Space’