LIZ RANNEY is a contemporary painter, digital media artist, illustrator, and instructor. She infuses her artwork with bright and bold color and explores ideas of connection, interaction, expression, timelines, and division. She graduated with a Bachelor in Fine Arts in 2012 from UBC Okanagan, and works primarily as a portrait artist, combining mixed media with traditional techniques and contemporary imagery. Ranney currently instructs art classes and workshops at the Kelowna Art Gallery, and has taught at the Rotary Centre for the Arts, and CMHA. Some of Liz Ranney’s most recent projects include the New Arts Collective (Kelowna B.C.), a mural for Don't Look Down Tattoos (Kelowna B.C.), a mural for Canoe Coffee Roasters (Kelowna B.C.), a solo painting exhibition at the Jane Roos Gallery (Toronto, ON.), large scale murals all over the Okanagan in collaboration with her husband Dylan Ranney, and artworks commissioned for local companies, writers, and musicians.
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Photo Credit Jessica Balfour Photography