With a strong sense of origin being visible in much of her art, the Pittsburgh native utilizes her knowledge of art history in heavily research-based sculptural work. Working with life and death's relationship to humanity and daily life, Liza explores how we handle loss with morality. Often combining many different mediums, she experiments heavily not only with how these crafts can be pushed beyond conventional means, but also how her own style and life are bound to certain limitations within artistic definitions. 
Currently interested in expanding her artistic knowledge and gaining as much hands-on experience as possible, Liza is eager to pursue new fields and collaborative projects. 
When she is not working in the studio or researching she is listening to music or reading.
About the Artist
Class of 2022
University of Michigan Stamps School for Art & Design
Minor in Art History and Engish
Class of 2017
Shady Side Academy
Liza is passionate about the following: wildlife conservation, music video & independent film production, sustainable fashion, and creative writing.
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