"My studio practice is driven by a deep interest in the emotive qualities of color and the intuitive process of artmaking. My current reflection series explores: movement, light, space, compression vs freedom, letting go. It is an ongoing meditation for me." - Liz Prescott
Liz is a graduate of the Maine College of Art (BFA 2000) and Vermont College of Fine Arts (MFA 2003 Visual Arts). Her work is included in the permanent collections at the Portland Museum of Art, Colby College, Bowdoin College, New York Public Library, and the University of New England. She is a member of the Union of Maine Visual Artists (Portland Chapter) and a founding member of Meetinghouse Arts Gallery in Freeport, where she remains an active gallery committee member. Liz also teaches plein air workshops on Monhegan and the Schoodic Peninsula.