The Gallery at Bear Creek Frames will be showing a collection of new mixed media work by Quincy artist Liz Swindell this month.
The show, titled “DreamscapeS” depicts the artist’s expression of the landscapes she loves. Whether hiking in the mountains, or exploring the deserts of Utah, Swindell finds inspiration out-of-doors. “DreamscapeS” is a collision of the terrain she loves paired with bold colors, expressive marks, and floral patterns. There is a joyful and whimsical nature to her work and she looks forward to sharing it with her community.
Liz has been creating art for most of her life. This is her first public showing of her artwork in Plumas County. She earned a BFA from UMass Amherst and an MAT in Art and Design Education from Vermont College of Fine Arts. After seven years of teaching in New England, Liz moved full time to Quincy in the winter of 2021 and founded Wild Pines in Graeagle. Her goal of Wild Pines is to create a space that celebrates local artists and creatives from around the country. She is also a recently appointed board member of Plumas Arts.
Bear Creek Frames invites you to enjoy this show Wednesday-Saturday through May. Swindell will be sharing her work with the community during the Quincy First Friday Artwalk on May 5, from 5 – 7 p.m. Bear Creek Frames is located at 367 Main Street in Quincy. (530) 616-0230