Liz Haywood-Sullivan, PSA, is a traditional representational artist specializing in pastel landscapes. Her paintings are defined by strong contrast values and graphic compositions and often feature the interplay between man and the environment, with buildings, roads, and signs often working their way into her imagery. She spent 18 years in design and since 1996 she has worked as a professional pastel artist, art educator, and community arts organizer. She lives in Marshfield Hills, Massachusetts, USA along the New England coast where she finds much of her subject matter.
She teaches workshops nationally and internationally and you can find the schedule here. She is on the Executive Committee of the International Association of Pastel and is a vice president for the North River Arts Society. She holds Signature Memberships in the Pastel Society of America, Connecticut Pastel Society, Academic Artists of America, and the Pastel Painter’s Society of Cape Cod. Her paintings have been juried into numerous major national shows and have been featured in The Pastel Journal, American Artist, Southwest Art and American Art Collector magazines.