Liz Dexheimer is a painter and printmaker and has been involved in the visual arts her entire adult life. Her paintings and works on paper have been exhibited widely throughout the country and are included in numerous private, public and corporate collections.
In her work, Dexheimer continues to explore gesture, movement, suggested form, the ambiguity of line and shape. More and more, she is drawn to the conversation that occurs as colors react and interact with each other, each adding its own energy and dynamic to the mix. Her monotypes incorporate multiple layers, allowing for this interplay of colors and shapes to develop.
Her imagery is informed by both the intricate structures of marshes, swamps and other wetland environments, with their elaborate combinations of linear and fluid elements, and by gestural forms and patterns that take on a more figurative quality and energy.