Lizzie produces limited edition screen prints made by hand in her Sussex garden studio. Her work is grounded in process and a direct relationship with materials. Lizzie plays with form, colour and space, to build compositions.
The work reflects the immediate and tangible experience of cutting and arranging paper screen-printing, looking and then adding the next layer or shape building abstract compositions that strike a balance between the precise yet improvised. Adjusting and then readjusting until the forms, shapes and colours fit. The aim is to bring disparate ingredients together to create equilibrium. White is central to the work, adding an element of light, playing with areas of tension and juxtaposing movement with stillness.
Lizzie grew up in Sussex UK, where she continues to work today. She studied BA Printed Textiles at Goldsmiths Collage in London and MA Design at Brighton University. Lizzie went on to design wood blocks and run the block print textile company, Woven Oak, where her customers included Liberty London, The Victoria & Albert Museum and Mitsukoshi in Tokyo, Japan. Today she primarily work with screen print to create pieces of Art and Design. Recent clients include Coco Chocolatier and John Lewis.