Liz studied woodwork and weaving as her main study subjects at college but has also worked with textiles and watercolour. In recent years Liz has concentrated on sculptural hand built pottery. She uses coarse, open-bodied clay and much of her work has its final firing in a Raku kiln.
Many of Liz’s pieces centre on the female form, particularly aspects of motherhood, or both male and female figures depicting caring and tenderness. Other figures are willowy and elegant.