Mischievous Mold, Parabiosis at the Chongqing Changjiang Contemporary Art Museum, Chongqing China, 2016
Creature-Skin, State University of New York Project Space, 2015
Presence of Touch, Beco Gallery, Kansas City MO, 2014
(D)Construction, Art Sounds, La Esquina, Kansas City MO, 2013
Traveling Morphic Organism, Ironwoods Park, Lawrence KS, 2011
Liz Black works with multiple mediums including: unity, video, installation, painting, printmaking, and drawing. Her most current works are created in digital environments with hand-made elements that meander around the idea of Structures in Metamorphosis. She has exhibited her work nationally in New York, Missouri, Kansas, and Utah; and internationally in China. She completed a Master of Fine Arts from State University of New York at Buffalo in 2016, where she also taught Drawing and Intaglio Printmaking. She also holds a Master of Arts from University of Missouri-Kansas City and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Utah State University.
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