Photograph of a large multi media canvas with woven layers of suspended magenta silk on linen with a textured chevron pattern throughout.

Liz Collins, Grief Diminished (2018). Silk, Linen, Polyester, Wood. 70 x 60 x 2 in.

Liz Collins is an NYC based multimedia artist specializing in textile media and working fluidly across art and design. Her work varies from small, stitched wall pieces to large scale installations that incorporate diverse textile artworks, paintings, drawings, video as well as her own design concepts. Collins has had solo exhibitions at the Tang Museum, Saratoga Springs, NY; Heller Gallery, NY; AMP Gallery, Provincetown, MA; and the Knoxville Museum of Art in Tennessee, to name a few. Her work has been included in numerous exhibitions including at the ICA/Boston; Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art; the Museum of FIT; the Drawing Center; the Museum of Arts and Design and MoMA. Collins’ Dumbo studio reflects her multifaceted approach to art and design – visitors will find large scale works in progress suspended on the wall or draped along the floor, tacked up exhibition plans and an extensive archive.