Liz Antle-O'Donnell is a New Haven native. Intentionally heavy and tactile, her work often aims to establish a human connection. The process, medium and materials are all meaningful components. Most of her work explores underlying tensions in the modern day. Earlier works explored the tension between manmade and natural landscapes. Her most recent body of work focuses specifically on gated communities, drawing parallels to what is happening in the country today.
Primarily a self-taught artist, Liz studied printmaking and studio arts at New York University (BA in English and American Literature), Paier College of Art, and Rhode Island School of Design. Her work has been exhibited from coast to coast, including in such local venues as Artspace, Seton Gallery and Creative Arts Workshop.
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