Born in Cheshire, Liz studied Three Dimensional Design (ceramics, wood, metal, and plastics) and graduated with a B.A. (Hons) in 1977. She set up a design business and continued with her own sculptural projects. In 1987 Liz trained as an Osteopath – running her own clinic, sitting on the British Osteopathic Association Council (holding office as President for two years) and lecturing in Osteopathic Practice at Oxford Brookes University in 1995, with a greater understanding of anatomy Liz resumed study of clay life modelling whilst continuing part-time as a Registered Osteopath. In 2005 she started teaching part-time at West Cheshire College and ran private classes in clay life modelling. After retiring from Osteopathy in 2006 Liz was able to work full time in her studio, exhibiting nationally and internationally. Liz works mainly in ceramics and wood and is an experienced collaborator and workshop facilitator. Her work is held in private collections in the UK, USA, Ireland, France, Holland, and Switzerland.
June 18, 2018
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