Liz Gill Neilson
Liz Gill Neilson is a painter, printmaker, and designer. Liz hails from the Boston area, received her B.A. in visual arts from Columbia University, NYC, and now lives in Portland, Oregon. In her work, she strives to create a mythology of form that reveals the web of connection between humans and the natural world. Liz is the Artist in Residence for the Portland Chamber Orchestra, and creates multi-arts projects for the PCO and other music ensembles across the country, bringing visual art, animation and story into concert settings. She also works as a graphic designer, designing books, albums, and other print media for artists and organizations. With her husband, composer Duncan Neilson, and pianist Deborah Bradley-Kramer, Liz founded the White Buffalo Salon series in NYC, a recurring house concert event that hosts musicians, artists and speakers to powwow on the relationship between the arts and ecology. Visit her website at www.lizgillneilson.com.