Liz’s paintings often have multiple viewpoints, and include details which would only normally be visible close up, providing more or different information than you could actually see from a given location.
After art college, Liz continued painting large abstracts for a while, but the demands of earning money to live on took over, and painting was shelved for almost 14 years. In the last seven years of employment, Liz worked at the South Bank Centre in London, organising exhibitions, then at the Hayward Gallery organising the transportation of works of art for their exhibitions.
In 1994, Liz began painting again. She found it necessary to undo much of the academic stuff art school had instilled to find her present personal style of painting.
Exhibited at the Brighton Festival Open Houses 1995-2004.
Now exhibits yearly at the Caldas de Monchique during May, and has an Open Studio day each month at her home near Monchique, as well as local venues in the Algarve.