Liz Gribin is active/lives in Massachusetts. Liz Gribin is known for post abstract realism.
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Biography Liz Gribin
Liz Gribin works with acrylic on canvas to create paintings that she calls "post abstract realism," figurative works not tied to nature.
She begins her paintings by placing colors on the canvas, then drawing into it with charcoal and moving back and forth between color and drawing until a figure, usually a woman, emerges.
As a young child, she copied Norman Rockwell's covers, and as she got older she developed an admiration for Matisse for his use of color and Richard Diebenkorn for style. Artist and teacher Paul Wood is an ongoing influence, freeing her from academic style, and she lives near him in Nassau County.
In 1985, Gribin had a show at the Isis Gallery in Port Washington, New York, which got favorable reviews
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