Furniture and architecture are extensions of ourselves. There is an inherent intimacy in our physical and psychological dependence on our environments. I’m interested in the subconscious power of everyday forms and creating emotional responses through their abstraction and alteration. My sculptures explore themes of the body, memory, quietness, and the uncanny.
Liz grew up in Iowa City, Iowa and earned a BFA from California College of the Arts in 2009. In 2014 she completed a two-year Core Fellowship at Penland School of Crafts and in 2016 a one-year Fine Art/Craft Fellowship at Warren Wilson College. She is currently pursuing an MFA in the Woodworking/Furniture Design program at San Diego State University.