Elizabeth Woolrych is a potter, sculptor and teacher. She has taught adults and children in many places around San Diego (and as a Lecturer/Demonstrator at the Academy of Arts and Design is Beijing, China in 1992) and currently teaches classes at the San Diego Potters' Guild and in Studio 6, her studio in the Spanish Village Art Center.
Elizabeth works using several different styles and techniques, including the Japanese firing process Raku, and a primitive firing technique which uses seaweed and plants to influence the final color of the clay.
Her work is represented in several collections and galleries in the West. She focuses on working and demonstrating in her studio/gallery in the Spanish Village Art Center in Balboa Park, where each summer she also runs a children's art and clay workshop.