Liz Coats is an abstract painter who has been exhibiting in solo shows since the mid-1970s. She works in series that explore enduring questions about colour perception and spatial relations. She has had a long interest in light-affected surface patterns and the fabric underlying surface appearance.
Coats has worked in studios and exhibited paintings in Australia, Japan, China, France, England and New Zealand, while Australia is her primary residence. Her work is included in the major public collections of New Zealand and Australia, including the National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria and Auckland Art Gallery.
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