Liz is a printmaker working mainly in linocut as well as other print media such as monoprint and photolithography. She’s a keen walker and her prints often feature landscapes from around her studio in North Essex. She aims to capture something of the atmosphere and mood of the specific location.
Liz grew up in the Fens and her prints often have the wide open skies typical of East Anglia or watery reflections of its many dykes and waterways. After a number of short courses in linocut she pursued her passion for printmaking by undertaking a year-long course at the Curwen Print Study Centre. She was awarded an Advanced Certificate in Printmaking in 2022, and set up her studio shortly afterwards. She has exhibited widely in East Anglia, London and here at Church Street Gallery. Liz is also a member of Cambridge Open Studios. In July 2023 her work, 'Church Path', was awarded the prize of Best 2D work in the first Uttlesford Open exhibition, 'A Sense of Place' at Saffron Walden Museum.