Thumbnail - Girl in pink dress
Thumbnail - Painting of a girl
Thumbnail - Girl with red shoes, girl with tutu
Thumbnail - Three ballet girls
Thumbnail - Painting of a family
Thumbnail - Angelic boy with red necklace
Cupid (2008)
ceramic and stirling silver
100cm high


Abstract Painting
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Sophia (2010)
ceramic and paint
82cm high


Girl in pink dress
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Saint Eulalia (2010)
white stoneware clay
78cm high


Abstract Painting
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Red shoes and Roma (2008)
White stoneware, coiled, with silk organza tutu / paint
92cm high

Girl with red shoes, girl with tutu
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Sophia, Robbie & Beatrice (Beatrice sold) (2008)
white stoneware and paint, coiled
90cm high
Three ballet girls
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Amour (2008)
white stoneware clay, coral beads, coiled
75cm high

Angelic boy with red necklace
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LIZ WILLIAMS

The poetry and beauty of Liz Williams sculptures is consistently awe inspiring. A master in her applied techniques and individual aesthetic, Liz continues to produce stunning pieces each with such individual character and detail.

As an art teacher in schools for many years Liz has been surrounded by children whom she has observed and been inspired by. She is especially interested in the transformation that takes place when they are attending dance class.

Liz has also been greatly influenced by research trip and artist residencies in Rome, Mexico and Barcelona. Each of these cities offered inspirational material which was richly flavoured in Catholic Iconography as well as cultural and historical rituals.

Whilst layered in their meaning and origin these works are minimal and quiet. They have so much character that when situated in your home or garden, workplace, or anywhere, they become a companion.

Liz in highly regarded as one of Australia’s leading ceramic artists and is held in many private and public collection both nationally and internationally. Her work is highly collectable and undoubtedly a sound investment in current Australian Art.

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