About me

I make affordable, colourful screen prints of fun, colourful playful dinosaurs, dancing booby birds and iconic London buildings to brighten up your walls.

My Rainbow Booby was selected and exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in 2024. The Royal Academy also selected this print as one of only 12 postcards to be sold during the exhibition.

I am a freelance printmaker and artist, currently living in London. I create series of multi layered screen prints, working from my own photographs and drawings. Using colour to create playful images, my aim is to make you smile.

I also run the North London Printmakers group of artists, which exhibits regularly at art fairs and exhibitions including the Affordable Art Fairs. An elected member of the Southbank Printmakers Gallery and the ArtCan group of artists. You can find my work at Conclave Gallery, Brighton and Bell Fine Art, Winchester. I have work in the Victoria and Albert museum archives.

Some recent career highlights:

Tate Modern was selected for the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers 'Small but Mighty' Exhibition at Bankside Gallery in 2024.

The Shard and Borough Market was selected for the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers 'Small but Mighty' Exhibition at Bankside Gallery in 2023.

Ginkaku-ji, Kyoto was selected for the ING Discerning Eye Exhibition in 2020.

My 'Clockwork Tasmanian Tiger' print was selected for the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers Exhibition, The Masters, at Bankside Gallery, London in 2019.

I designed several 7" album covers for the Secret 7" fundraiser, and raised considerable funds for charity.

For five years, Liz organised a diverse group of artists to create themed shows such as Frankenstein (2018), Lost & Found (2017), Darwin's World (2016), Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (2015) and About Brick Lane (2014). She was part of the first group for Quantum (2013) at the Espacio Gallery in London.

Articles in the press:

A blog by Jackson's Art Supplies, my ink supplier.

A blog about an exhibition held in the London Bridge Hotel.

A post in TimeOut about my Shoreditch screen prints.