Sightline Show

My latest work is now on display at Sightline Institute, on the 5th floor of the lovely Joseph Vance building, 1402 Third Ave, Seattle. If you would like to visit, the show will hang through most of December and office hours are from 10 until 3 Mondays through Fridays. Prices range from $100 to $250; sales tax and a 10% donation to Sightline are included.



I called the show “Growth” in honor of the venue:

Trees are an overwhelming symbol of growth and timelessness that I’m drawn to again and again. For this year’s portfolio, I explored all-digital manipulation as a medium and trees were a natural theme, given the state of my digital archives over the last decade.
The results are somewhat abstracted — the colors become concepts, and the layers suggest trees between the textures — but the effects echo various printmaking media in unexpected ways.

See the Art and Sustainability blog for curator Becky Brooks’ kind words about my pieces.

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  1. It’s a great looking show, Liz! Would love to see it in person.

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