Liz McKinnon is a Greensboro artist who is inspired by the whimsy of nature and the stories it provokes. Her gallery space is located in Vida Pour Tea on State Street. Her art captures the duality of nature in its scientifically natural state and its ability to inspire whole new worlds.
Her personal artwork mediums are watercolor and ink, this combination creates a contrast between the soft flow of watercolor and the emphasis of strong clean line work. She uses bold, vibrant colors instead of the classic soft pastel colors commonly found in watercolors.
Liz also works as the Creative Arts Director for the Arc of High Point teaching painting, pottery and organizing art events. She has been interviewed by Yes! Weekly, and WXII news. She recently published her first children’s book “All The Ways I Could Eat You Up.”