Liz describes her art as two-dimensional sculpture, endlessly layered, and reflecting her development as an artist and individual. Her process usually starts with harsh colours and “unsettled” images. Slowly, using paper, paint, gauze, threadwork and found materials, she “sculpts” the work, searching for ways to calm memories, to soften them, to reframe them. Once this is achieved, she knows the piece is resolved.
Liz’s work is constantly evolving, she loves new challenges and the possibility of the, “what if”. She experiments with new techniques, new materials, new colour combinations and always welcomes serendipity.
As a self-taught artist, she has the freedom to explore her creative intuition, giving herself an empowering yet restorative space to take exciting risks.