Liz Doyle lives and works in Donegal in the far North West of Ireland.
Her work is expressive and often experimental, with her latest works becoming increasingly abstract. Taking her main inspiration from a long line of artists through history who have spent their time pushing the boundaries of what it means to paint. These include Goya, Turner, Cezanne, Picasso, Frankenthaler, both De Koonings, Mitchell, Pollock and Krasner, Diebenkorn and Motherwell.
Liz has had an exciting year in 2018 with the selection of a piece (through Instagram!) for a group show at Mark Borghi Fine Art, in Manhattan NY, which in turn led to the invitation to a solo show in their Bridgehampton, Long Island, NY gallery in October, and then the request for more work for their Palm Beach, Florida gallery. She is now represented exclusively by MBFA in the USA.
She has a solo show coming up in the summer at Green Fuse in Westport, County Mayo, Ireland and is actively looking for other galleries in the UK and Europe, particularly London, Berlin and Barcelona