Liz Robb’s art practice focuses on soft sculpture. Based in San Francisco, she works sculpturally to create textured surfaces and forms with natural materials such as wool, cotton, jute, and indigo. Currently, she is creating a new collection of work inspired by the colors, textures, history, and life in desert landscapes. After spending time in Joshua Tree, California, and Oaxaca de Juárez, México, she is looking forward to exploring and creating work influenced by the Chihuahuan Desert in Texas. This new collection will break the two-dimensional grid in favor of more fluid, three-dimensional concepts that consider negative space and light. She will be pulling from the extraordinary natural environment of the desert, layering ideas, imagery, sound, and traditional textile techniques such as weaving, wrapping, and dying. For more information on Liz’s work, please visit https://www.lizrobb.com/.