'As a girl, I grew up on the water and in the woods. Out the door in the morning and back at night,' says Liz McGee. 'It was free, safe and endlessly amusing.'
Immersed in nature, Liz began to see color, texture, light and shadow. It was this endless panorama she stored in her young memory and cherished. In her early teen years, Liz saw a Carolyn Blish watercolor her parents had purchased. She was enthralled with the way Blish had captured the light streaming through the window, falling onto the flowers, and cascading across the floor. For Liz it...more