graduated from Winchester School of Art in 1988 with a degree in Textile Design.
In London she freelanced for print design agents whilst continuing to develop
her paintings and prints. |
She moved to Dorset in 2004 to concentrate on
her printmaking and painting, and has taken part in numerous open studios and
group exhibitions since. Inspired by Ravilious, Nash and Bawden, her imagery concentrates
on landscape and the incidental forms and structures found within it.
forms a major part of Lizís work and life. She does most of it in winter, a perfect
time to see a landscape, really see it; itís bare bones, hard contours, un-obscured
structures and un-adorned trees. Once back in the studio she draws what sheís
seen, using sketches, photos and memory. These drawings form the backbone to her
linocuts. From them she is able to really define her subject before refining and
translating into a linocut.
She combines relief print with painting which
allows her to re-work a single image many times, changing its appearance in each
case. She works in a studio attached to her house in a small village in the heart
of west Dorset.
range from £150 - £1600, and work is generally sold framed. Please
get in touch to find out about availability.|
Visitors to the studio are
always welcome by prior appointment.