Details about Liz Ruest and her art, gathered in one place for your convenience.
Liz Ruest transforms traditional methods of collage, printmaking, and photography into digitally layered compositions rendered on modern aluminum and acrylic surfaces.
Liz uses digital photography, printmaking, handmade collage, painting, scanning, and even a digital microscope to collect and create her layers.
See individual posts in the link above, or a list of selected shows here
Frequent Questions — answers too!
What people often ask about Liz & her work: what is it, how do you make it, and what is it printed on?
Liz Ruest is a Canadian artist, based in the Seattle area since 1989. She grew up near Ottawa, influenced by surrounding farmland and impressionistic landscapes at the National Gallery. Merging her training in technology with her lifelong artistic habits, Liz digitally layers handmade art and photography from horizons near and far to create abstracted landscapes that reflect the immigrant’s journey. Her work has been collected, and recognized, locally and internationally.
Please get in touch if you need more information.
Phone: (425) 941 0470
Email: info -at- lizruest -dot- com