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“Morris makes a sculptural world of the sea, a rare independent foreboding presence in boats. Dancing rhythms of fish weave through electric blue water.”

East Anglian Daily Times


  • The Ministry of Defence

  • ‘Graphotek’, Berlin

  • The Ormiston Hospital Trust

  • Library collections of Northumberland, Lewisham & Greenwich

  • Collection of Epping Forest District Museum

  • ‘Collecting for the Future’, Firstsite, Colchester

  • The House of Lords Collection

  • The Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Collection

  • Two editions of etchings commissioned for the P & O cruise ship ‘Oriana’

  • Colchester Art Society collection


Small group shows

  • Anthony Dawson  1990

  • Essex University, ‘Printed Impressions’  2003

  • Babylon Gallery, Ely. (with Gainsborough’s House)  2003

  • The Gallery , 54 Shepherd Market (with !2.PM.)  2005

  • St John’s, Smith Square. (with 12PM.)  2005

  • The Naze Tower.Essex  2004, 2005    

  • Bircham Gallery,Holt. Four East Anglian Artists  2007

  • Byardart. Cambridge. ‘One of a Kind’  2008

  • 17 in Print. Colchester Castle  2009

  • Geedon Gallery, Fingringhoe  2006, 2008, 2012

  • East 2015  at the Noverre Gallery, The Assembly House, Theatre Street,
    Norwich NR2 1RQ. A collection of work from East Anglian artists.

  • East Anglian Printmakers Exhibition at the John Russell Gallery,4 - 6 Wherry Lane, Ipswich IP4 1LG. From 2nd - 28th February 2015.

  • Inside Out 2015 an exhibition of artists and makers at  Shipyard Studios, Keel House, Walter Radcliffe Road, Wivenhoe CO7 9FF

  • Salty Dogs, Maldon 2020 & 2021

  • Naze Gallery 2021

  • Oyster Gallery, West Mersea 2021 & 2022

  • Annual Show at the Fry Gallery, Saffron Walden

Solo shows

  • Oriel Gallery, Clwyd 1994

  • Manchester Royal Exchange 1996

  • Heffer’s. Cambridge 1997

  • The Royal Pavilion, Brighton 1998

  • Wenniger Gallery, Rockport, Mass. U.S.A. 2000

  • Bircham  Gallery, Holt 2001

  • John Russell Gallery, Ipswich 2003, 2006

  • Hayletts, Maldon  2004, 2006, 2013

  • Haymakers Gallery, Hay-on-Wye  2010


Wildlife in Printmaking: Liz is one of twenty printmakers whose work is featured in this book. Published by the Langford press and edited by Carry Akroyd, it is a handsome coffee table book and is priced at around £35. Buy on Amazon.

Aldeburgh, a Song of the Sea, by Tim Coates, contains two of Liz’s prints - Fishers of Men and The Washing Line and the Comet. Published by the Antique Collectors’ Club, the book is available for purchase direct from the publishers (£35.00). To find out more, or to order the book, go to the ACC website.

Suffolk Jewels, published by Mascot Media contains six of Liz's etchings. 

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