Liz Maxfield went to the art school at the University of Washington in Seattle.  She attended UW from 1999-2002 where she majored in Studio Art with a focus in painting.  

 

During her time at the University she also began painting in the studio of Victoria Tchetchet, a UW guest professor.   Victoria shared her foundation in the New York School movement with Liz, thus relating much about color theory, line and space relationships. 

 

In 2005 she began showing monthly in the Downtown Seattle Art Walk in the Western 619 studio loft building, exhibiting work in group shows as well as on her own. 

 

October 2008 marked the move to her private studio in Lake City, no longer part of the underground art scene solely, rather getting the chance once a year to show at La Familia Gallery of Downtown Seattle.  In addition to this, Liz is now bringing her work to the world by participating in international art fairs as well as showing in select national and international cities. 

Bio

Liz Maxfield went to the art school at the University of Washington in Seattle.  She attended UW from 1999-2002 where she majored in Studio Art with a focus in painting.  

 

During her time at the University she also began painting in the studio of Victoria Tchetchet, a UW guest professor.   Victoria shared her foundation in the New York School movement with Liz, thus relating much about color theory, line and space relationships. 

 

In 2005 she began showing monthly in the Downtown Seattle Art Walk in the Western 619 studio loft building, exhibiting work in group shows as well as on her own. 

 

October 2008 marked the move to her private studio in Lake City, no longer part of the underground art scene solely, rather getting the chance once a year to show at La Familia Gallery of Downtown Seattle.  In addition to this, Liz is now bringing her work to the world by participating in international art fairs as well as showing in select national and international cities.