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Black Rock, Australia
Liz is an Australian artist, specialising in abstract landscape and geometric, using acrylic on canvas and incorporation of origami paper.
Deeply influenced by the remote natural landscape surrounding her childhood home in Northern Tasmania, Liz also studied the Japanese language as a child and draws on her passion for Japanese culture through inclusion of origami paper and gold leaf as a reference to Kintsugi (the art of repairing broken pottery).
Liz’s technique involves drafting then filling geometric angles, progressively creating a gradient of depth and movement. She uses painting as a form of meditative expression and seeks to create pieces that inspire calmness and evoke an appreciation for the beauty of nature.
“I love to consider how light reacts in different environment. The geometric angles are intended to convey the strength of the subject and my appreciation for simplification and structure.”
Liz’s work is an eclectic mix of abstract landscape and nature, often with coastal elements, shifting from looser landscape pieces to strong hard edge geometric.
“It’s important for me to move between the landscape and geometric to give myself a break from the rules and preciseness needed to achieve the level of quality I’m aiming for. It gives me the chance to try different brushes and techniques, and the freedom to express myself in new ways before moving back to the structure of hard edges. Both styles allow me to tell different stories.”