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Liz Luisada

Liz Luisada culls imagery from dreams and mysticism, abstracting her material into painterly brushstrokes and studies of color, often with watercolors on handmade Khadi paper. Faces, figures, and objects appear in some paintings generated through gestured, whimsical marks, while others veer deeper into fields of paint. Luisada strives to create a mystical energy in her work, imbuing her compositions with a sense of magic made material.

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Liz Luisada: Compost the Patriarchy

For Edition No.19 of, Luisada has woven a pictorial fable in response to the politics of her surroundings. For this series of 4 works on paper (SummerFallWinterSpring) she depicts a phrase learned on social media: Compost the Patriarchy. Luisada has created allegorical imagery of the cyclical process of working the land and harvesting the garden.


Donna Chung and Liz Luisada: "2 Kool For Mystery Skool"

Roberta Smith reviews Liz Luisada and Donna Chungs first show at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery.


Liz Luisada
Find Your Way, 2018

Catalog for Find Your Way, Liz Luisada's 2018 solo show at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery. 14 pages, 11 x 14 inches, Full color, Wire-O bound

Liz Luisada and Shaun Krupa at Klaus von Nichtssagend

Liz Luisada's show at Klaus von Nichtssagend by Andrew Russeth of 16 Miles of String

benefit auction

Liz Luisada creates new work to support Dieu Donné

Liz Luisada donates Stars, 2021 to the benefit exhibition, Summer Paper, an exhibition designed to support Dieu Donné. The benefit exhibition will take place at Hesse Flatow East in Amagansett, NY from June 10-June 14 while the works will be listed on Artsy from June 10 – June 20.