Liz Sullivan, BFA, ASA
Liz has lived and worked in Calgary for 30 years. In 1997 she completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts, with a double major in drawing and painting, from the University of Calgary. Since then, her career has included art teaching, commissions and ongoing painting projects in her Inglewood studio. This studio “STUDIO 4” participates in Calgary’s annual “East Side Studio Crawl” each September.
With her passion for the outdoors, she continually explores new ways to work with acrylics to depict energy and spirit in landscape. Her art exhibition history spans nearly 20 years and her landscapes are represented at Calgary’s Banker’s Hall, Michelangelo Gallery, the Leighton Centre and the Alberta Foundation for the Arts as well as private/corporate collections in Canada, USA and Ireland. Art residencies at the Banff Centre, Emma Lake (Saskatchewan) and Cill Rialaig (Ireland) have facilitated an increasing shift to abstraction in her work.
“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” – Marcel Proust