Liz McGrath is an art teacher, illustrator and community artist.
Liz's teaching roles have been varied, and span primary, secondary and special education settings. She works in a number of art teaching roles each week including mainstream and special schools, adult learning and with pre-schoolers. Liz regularly facilitates special art workshops for people of all ages and has worked on a number of major community art projects.
As a freelance illustrator Liz specialises in commissions for projects that deliver health and community messages to parents and children. Her distinctive illustrations have enhanced publications for a wide range of clients, and are used in books, brochures, kits, newsletters, posters and postcards designed to children, and communicate positive messages to parents and the community.
Her hand drawn style combines media such as watercolours, gouache, pastels, pen, pencil and collage, and her images can be supplied by post or email. Liz has also produced large murals and community artworks.
She lives in a lovely Victorian coastal village with her partner John and their 4 school-aged children.