Liz Mamorsky
San Francisco, California

Liz Mamorsky doesn't struggle with a shortage of ideas - just time. The busy San Franciscan paints, sculpts and speaks (you might have heard dulcet tones in a commercial or video game). While her paintings may evoke feelings of Haight-Ashbury in the 60s, Liz is an avid collector of modern PC and electronic detritus, which she uses to build found object sculptures. Her paintings and mixed media sculptures are funny, endearing and so representative of Bay Area art. Her paintings immediately grab you with their edge and charm, asking you to pause and explore the nuances. They draw you in and have staying power long after you've stop looking.

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La Table Olive

Acrylic painting on stretched canvas
Signed on front and back

31.5" h x 49.5" w x 1.5" d
7 lbs. 8 oz.


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This is one of a series of seven paintings in which I used the same basic shapes within the painting, altering the format in subtle ways. Each is unique. This painting is the most complex of the series. This piece is on a gallery wrapped canvas in a custom glazed wood, olive green Larson-Juhl wood frame. It comes varnished and wired to hang.

Acrylic painting

Acrylic paint was made commercially available in the 1950’s. Acrylic is a fast drying paint that can be diluted with water, but becomes water-resistant when dry. Acrylics can be applied in thin layers and washes to resemble watercolor paints, or they can be applied in thick layers, built up for texture. The main difference between oil and acrylic paint is the drying time. Oil dries slowly, allowing more time to blend colors and apply glazes. Artists who use acrylic paints typically work faster than those who use oils. Additionally, acrylics offer more versatility and are often used for mixed media work. Artists can mix different materials into the paint, such as sand or rice. They can also apply other media on top of the dried acrylic, such as pastel or pen.

Stretched canvas

Canvas is a heavy-duty fabric used as a painting surface. When a canvas artwork is labeled stretched, it means the canvas has been wrapped around a wooden frame (the ''stretcher''). Stretched canvases typically do not require framing.


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