A Visit to Lizland…part one

Love the 60s and 70s painting series by San Francisco artist Liz Mamorsky.  Her studio, known as Lizland, is an incredible place to visit. For the paintings that follow, Liz is quoted: “I put water and salad oil in a sushi tray to see the shapes the oil made. When I got something I liked, I drew it”

1. Mahogany
2. Osculum
3. Dynamo
4. Neon


3 Responses to “A Visit to Lizland…part one”

  1. Lisa Chapman Says:

    Never heard of Liz…thanks for the introduction. I’m gonna go all ’60’s on you and say they’d look great on the ceiling with a black light… =)



  2. her artwork is very inspirational.
    A fantastic idea to try


  3. Sarcastic Bastard Says:

    I wish I had some LSD, man. Laugh.

    Very cool stuff.


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