"My work has always been a combination of many things — watercolor, gouache, pencil among other mediums. Some paintings are simply traditional watercolors, others are assembled similar to a stage set. The backgrounds are painted then the images are created separately. I put them together adding and subtracting until the composition becomes my vision. I often work on several paintings at the same time, adding color, cutting paper, assembling layers over a matter of months or sometimes minutes".
About Liz's Prints
A giclée (pronounced zhee•clay) is from the French word meaning “to spurt or spray”. It refers to a state of the art digital printing process where millions of microscopic droplets of heavily pigmented ink are applied to paper or canvas. The result is a fine art print with unparalleled color saturation and resolution possessing the clarity and archival nature of the original painting. All Giclées are not created equal. How a print is generated makes a huge difference in its final quality and value.
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