Looking AheadLiz Brozell
Oil painting on Stretched canvas
Finished white edges
Ready to hang
Signed on front
30 " h x 24 " w x 1.5 " d |6 lbs. 4 oz.
Two women lean against a railing. They share close proximity in the space, but seem unrelated to each, as both look off in different directions. "This painting is about looking ahead, represented by the figure on the right, and complacency, depicted with the figure on the left," explains Liz. "It can also be interpreted as watching, and waiting steadfastly, for a loved one, an arrival or an event."
San Francisco, California
Liz is a self-taught artist who is inspired by the graceful movement of the figure. She paints both from her own photographs and from life. One of her favorite subjects, the dancer, exemplifies a celebration of the female form and the artist’s personal love of ballet. Liz’s paintings are emotional and even raw, capturing each subject with active line- and brushwork. She does not assign an intended interpretation or narrative to her paintings; “I think that each viewer brings their own response to my art, and I don't care to 'mess' with their vision and experience.”