The lines between art, life and work are blurred - art connects to life experiences. My work is influenced by previous ‘lives’ I’ve had, places I’ve been to and people I’ve met.
I like the fact that all aspects of my life are inter-related and I realize that this blurring is essential for my well being. Making art and teaching are closely connected. One feeds the other, so that I still enjoy teaching workshops as ideas can be developed through the teaching process.
The studio is a place of refuge (and often chaos), but there is always a place to go, a place where I can expand, invent or follow through ideas that have emerged in the night...
Travel, which includes artists’ residencies, is important to me. Being exposed to other cultures and environments has influenced me to see and to respond in different ways.
exhibitions coming soon, currently or recently shown that include my work:
Time Out - Work done during residencies overseas
Ivy Hill Gallery, Wapengo, NSW
drawings, prints, artist books & watercolours
Members of the Southern Highland Printmakers: Exchange
Sturt - Mittagong
2 August - 20 September 2015
Megalo - Canberra
26 September - 17 October 2015
Island, 2015 - works by Liz Jeneid & Diana Wood Conroy
at Red Point Gallery, Port Kembla NSW