Liz Parsons is a visual artist living and working in Glens Falls, New York. She works in a variety of media, in both two and three dimensions, including an interest in the book arts. She uses writing as a tool to better understand herself and her artwork. This has brought great focus to her creative process in general, which holds much interest to her. By exploring her creative process, she views her work as experimental.

Some of her accomplishments include work shown at venues such as “Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region”, The Saratoga Arts Center, Lake George Arts Project, Art Battles at The Hyde Collection, and LARAC’s Lapham Gallery where her grant-funded word installation “Get Her Words Out” was featured in the show “Fragments”. She also starred in two documentaries, “Always There” and “Artirondacks”, a Snarky Aardvark Production. “Always There”

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