I graduated in graphic design from Ravensbourne College of Art and was art editor on magazines such as Good Housekeeping and Ideal Home before starting a career as a mosaic designer. I opened The Mosaic Gallery in Endwell Road, Bexhill but after eight years decided to return to an art technique I had discovered as a student.
My work involves painting paper using mainly acrylics, creating two pictures, cutting them into strips of varying lengths, widths and angles, and then weaving them together to form one coherent image. Colour has always been a major factor in my work, and as paper colours are limited I stretch and then paint Fabriano cartridge paper.
I like the way the weaving and the use of particular colours together can help create the illusion of different shapes, ripples and directions. Patterns in nature - in plants, trees, clouds, water; and places like Sheffield Park - offer a fund of inspiration.
In 2016 my piece Orange Breakaway was shortlisted for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.
I'm also happy to do commissioned work and you can contact me about purchasing any piece or to discuss a project.
Online galleries where you can buy Lizzie's work
Award-winning photographer who shot the pictures
The art gallery in Bexhill, selling Lizzie's work
The centre for arts and culture in an iconic building in Bexhill
Giclée and silkscreen printmakers
I am based in Bexhill on Sea, on the English south coast.
01424 733223 or 07970 275071
21a Endwell Road, Bexhill on Sea, TN40 1EA