Upcoming exhibition Blackroom Gallery

I've been hard at it in the studio making a new body of work for my coming exhibition LAND,SEA AND SKY  at the BLACKROOM GALLERY, Cook Street, Flinders

The works draw on my observations of the natural world when out collecting plastic waste from the beaches or wandering through the bush or even checking on the snail situation in the veggie garden after dark. Most of the materials were unearthed in the studio- I thought its time to put these wonderful collections of chair legs, squash raquets and other household items to use alongside all that vintage metal I love so much.

land,sea and sky

4-26 November

Blackroom Gallery

Cook Street Collective

2/41Cook Street , Flinders

phone: 59891022


open Friday to Monday 

10 am - 4 pm or by appointment

Please join us for opening drinks on Saturday 4th. 

2 - 4 pm

Meanwhile here is a little peek at a couple of pieces......




Drawn to the light




Banyule Works on Paper 

I'm really thrilled to have been selected once again for the biennial Banyule Works on Paper Award.The theme this year was come gather and asked artists to consider what reconcilliation means to them individually or collectivly .My work made from torn fragments of eco dyed paper in various colours represents our diverse community and asks us to think about the fact that we all have the same fundamental needs and aspirations . I hope it encourages to people to reach deep down inside and vote YES on October 14.

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Have a heart- eco dyed hand torn paper fragments

Art Gallery 275

@Ivanhoe Library and Cultural Hub

275 Upper Heidelberg Rd

Ivanhoe Vic

15 September - 26 November

closed Monday and Tuesday

open 10 - 5 Wed to Fri

        10 - 4 Saturday

        11 - 4 Sunday

prisims-volume 1

The first edition of prisims, a new zine published by the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery has just been released and I was very happy to be one of the three local artists to be included along with Mike Green and Joshua Searle. Danny and Leah came out for a studio visit and a chat and  it was wonderful sharing my space and insights into my work with them.


While we were sleeping- exhibition

The response to the exhibition was simply overwhelming and beyond my wildest expectations.

in 13 days, 1552 people walked through the doors of the Foul Luggage Store  to see the works and some were people visiting Point Nepean who stumbled upon it, some were school groups camping down there and many others came to see the show and still many more came back again. I was onsite every day and there was barely a moment without someone in the space. We had some fabulous and interesting conversations about the issues of plastic waste - it was absolutely wonderful

Thanks again to the Mornington Peninsula Shire for supporting the project with a Creative Community Grant.

I'm hoping to shw While we were sleeping again so please follow #lizwalkerart on Instagram for updates




Liz_Walker_wall_of_shame_detailThe summit


I'm very pleased to have an image of The last supper commissioned for the MPRG Airlock as part of their MPRG Connect initiative showing work of artists living on the Mornington Peninsula.


Cook Street Collective_Flinders

I'm a member of this vibrant and exciting creative collective and even though the gallery has closed temporarily due to covid, works are still available to purchase on line and can will be delivered anywhere in Australia. Go to  for works and details.

Carrs Park Artist in Residence program

My  Georges River Council Carrs Park residency will now be undertaken in October after a number of COVID related cancellations. I'm already looking forward to it and will enjoy the time to create withour interruption when it finally happens.


 My work is now available at the following galleries: