My work is both a rebellion and an exploration of the sacred. I create in a variety of media and often with subject matter that celebrates the exquisite magic of the natural world and the duality of growth and decay. The symbolism and content in my work are heavily informed by motherhood, my religious upbringing, childhood memories, and transformative spiritual experiences. I believe that making art in and of itself is a fundamental act of resistance and a profound antidote against the structures we're bound to. Through my creative practice, I hope to encourage divergent ways of thinking about the belief systems that hold so much power over us and regularly go unchallenged.

Liz Darling is a visual artist and maker of things from Kansas. With a crisp, organized approach and an emphasis on process and exploration, Darling uses watercolor, ink, and various other media to engage the intersection of holiness, magic, nature, the divine feminine, and the inner child.

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