Eliza Day-Green

Eliza is fascinated by the natural world and its relationship with technology. Flowers, insects, sea creatures, monkeys and birds are juxtaposed in her paintings with circuit boards, binary codes and the detritus of modern living raising questions about our own relationship with the environment.

Eliza draws on the traditions and techniques of textile art, as she strives to create a decorative narrative that combines both the abstract and representational in a surreal world. Her works examine the convergence of fine art, fashion and gender issues as portrayed in the glossy world of the media. Repurposed elements are woven, tucked or pinned into her paintings becoming an integral part of the fabric.

Her paintings are in private collections in the USA, New Zealand and Great Britain and are on display regularly in gallery shows around Los Angeles.