Liz Sullivan, Visual Artist – Liz lives and works in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  She completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Calgary in 1997 with a double major in painting & drawing. Since then,  her career has included art teaching, painting commissions and ongoing projects in her studio at Burns Visual Arts.  Her largest public art project is a 12’x11′ landscape for Brookfield Properties, situated in Banker’s Hall (west tower), Calgary.

Liz’s artwork is in the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts as well as private/corporate collections in Canada, Ireland and USA.  Her exhibition history spans 25 years and she’s an active member of the Alberta Society of Artists since 1998.

Her most recent Freedom Series is based on Family history and the Second World War.  Many of her landscape paintings were inspired/initiated at the Banff Centre, Alberta (2014) and Emma Lake Artist Workshops in Saskatchewan (2011, 2009).  Her work has been reviewed in the Edmonton Journal, Leap Magazine and the Calgary Herald.  In conjunction with Bluerock Gallery exhibit “Water Stories”, a YouTube video describes her work and process: .