Double Issue 11 & 12 contributor Elizabeth Carrington combines graphic imagery, text and color to create colorful, pop-art paintings.
How does your art relate to Issue 11 & 12’s theme, Juxtaposition?
I create colorful, pop art paintings, public art and textiles, all of which mix graffiti-style lettering, doodles and collage with graphic screen-printed imagery. My pieces comment on dogmas and widely held beliefs in popular culture and pay homage to times of revolution and upheaval that move the needle of society’s moral compass. My work is fun and whimsical and sometimes subversive, and is informed by my lifelong love of travel, music, the outdoors and action sports.