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Milk on Mars

Milk on Mars

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I often find myself wondering if we are alone in the universe. Space is the next frontier. My hope is that we learn from the mistakes of our past and venture out with open hearts and curious minds. When we leave earth what will we bring with us and what will we leave behind? Through painting these feminist futurescapes I explore the vastness of the universe and wonder what our neighbors on other worlds will think of us. Drips, splatters and rich texture in my art are created with layers of acrylic pen, latex and spray paint. With confident, free gestural strokes I build layers of texture. By using a palette of gentle pastels, I bring an updated feel to a subject often seen through a masculine lens.

Introducing one of my newest painting in my alien worlds series, "Milk on Mars." This is a captivating piece of art that transcends the boundaries of imagination and invites you to embark on a cosmic journey like never before. At first glance, "Milk on Mars" mesmerizes you with its dreamlike quality, drawing you into a world where reality and fantasy converge. The scene unfolds on beautifully barren terrain of Mars, with its  landscapes stretching into the horizon. Yet, amid this otherworldly setting, a sense of familiarity emerges – milk and cookies!

length 48” x height 48”
Latex Paint + Spray Paint + Acrylic Pen
One of a Kind Painting on Canvas by Artist Liz Haywood

About The Artist:
Vibrant colors permeate the art of Charlotte native Liz Haywood. Liz graduated from Appalachian State University and then attended the Portfolio Center in Atlanta. She completed her studies winning several student awards. Liz was attracted to the professional challenge of working in New York. She worked primarily as a graphic artist in Manhattan for seven years. After attaining the position as head of graphic design for the popular shoe brand, Dolce Vita, she focused on establishing herself as an independent artist. Returning to the south, she developed a steady demand for her art through social media and local showings. In Atlanta, she painted several murals in public spaces to voice her social concerns. After relocating to Charlotte, Liz created a body of work for festivals and arts shows, including Bethesda Art Row and The Festival in The Park. She was awarded an Honorable Mention by SouthEnd Arts and the Brooklyn Collective in 2021. That year Liz was also accepted into a mural residency program by Brand the Moth, where she completed her capstone mural at Lenny Boy Brewing Company. Liz’s work is now being displayed nationwide after being juried into the ArtPop class of 2022.

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