Liz Quackenbush first became interested in clay in an 8th grade art class. She describes her work as "tactile, visually engaging, feminine, fertile."
Liz says, "You can't keep me out of the studio. It is where I am the happiest. I get to wonder freely and make what comes to mind. It is a building process that is fueled by full trust in the process. The studio is a sacred place."