used for paintings, prints and cards
Liza loves mural design; bespoke artwork direct on interior walls to complement existing fabrics and decor. Featured is ‘Podgey Bears Picnic ©2006’, a large floor to ceiling mural created at the time for her own nursery. Emulsion is a fantastic medium to work with, offering a soft matt finish that easily compliments your decor.
After extensive research to find the best surface to paint on and what protective coating to seal the paint with, Liza decided on a high quality acrylic primed canvas surface and a water-based spray varnish with 90% less solvents for the completed artworks to be made ‘portable’ so they could be delivered out to customers homes, to complete their nursery, playroom or child’s bedroom.
Canvases come in two thicknesses and styles:
High quality mounted 3.8cm deep edge, staple free sides enables the painting to extend to all showing edges. Hanger fitted. No need for framing.
High quality acrylic primed canvas 3mm board, tied with a 2mm waxed cord for hanging.
hand painted by the artist
finished with waterbased varnish
3.8cm deep edge canvas
canvas with hanger on reverse
3mm canvas board with hanging cord
narrow width canvas board
new print designs
close up detail of print
framing options for prints
greeting card with hand painted aspect
a touch of glitter
two greeting cards small & medium
in a cellophane sleeve
After a successful broad range of designs in the original art collection, Liza J design introduced new product ranges of gorgeous and brightly coloured children’s prints. The original square prints are reproduced from original works of art using RAW images depicted in Photoshop and then printed onto heavyweight 310gsm textured fine art paper, a professional acid-free paper with a scuff-resistant coating. Archival pigment inks are used ensuring a long lasting print.
After mastering the technique of reproducing original artwork to prints; Liza introduced another product range of greeting cards in 2016. Most of the greeting cards still have an aspect of painting. In 2018 newer characters have been produced using advanced digital software and technology. Greeting cards are printed onto textured fine art paper 310gsm and supplied with a white textured envelope and presented in a clear cellophane sleeve.