I trained as a painter at the Southern College of Art, Bournemouth, at Goldsmith's and the Central School, and only much later discovered etching at Morley College in South London.
Living in Greenwich I taught art and ran a printmaking workshop in my studio, and was one of the founder members of the Greenwich Printmakers, a co-
I am a printmaker who enjoys islands and the sea, and my work has come to reflect two particular island environments. They are Mersea Island where I live and where I work in my studio, and Heir Island, a small island in West Cork where for years I have spent much of the summer, sailing, walking and drawing. Sea and sand patterns, shapes of stones, textures, imprints in mud and tracks of birds, fish, gulls -
In recent years I have exhibited at the Royal Academy and at ‘Originals’, the contemporary printmaking show at the Mall Galleries. Also at the Barbican in print exhibitions 1996-
Liz at work on Mersea Hard
Sketching in Ireland