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Lizzie Gill (b. 1989 New York, NY) is a multimedia artist whose work explores themes of domesticity in a contemporary context. Through a variety of mediums, Gill illustrates time warps of everyday objects, human agency, and “post feminist” contemporary society. Her work is a nostalgic look at the past and innocence with a twist, prompting one to question their sense of time and culture.

Gill’s work explores the surreal moments between dusk and dawn that occur as we slip into a dreamlike state. Her compositions encompass ornate objects with dynamic loops that flicker across their fragile surfaces, creating an enchanting visual rhythm. Her delicate transferware vessels are archeological explorations, geographic and cultural, actual and mythical, that the artist has seen and re imagined, or imagined without having seen.

Gill received her BS in Fine Art from Skidmore College in 2011.

Gill has been exhibited recently at Aicon Gallery, NY; Carol Corey Fine Art, CT; Dallas Art Fair, TX; Geary Contemporary, FL; and Spring/Break, CA, among others. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, Elle, Wired & Vogue. Gill lives and works in Sharon, CT.