Erika Lizée recently wrapped up a new installation and is currently on view inside Gallery 825. The piece is located in West Hollywood, titled “Eternally Searching, (0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13…)” and will be on view until December 1st. More images after the jump.
Erika Lizee recently completed an 8’ x 13’ x 2′ installation for the “High Priestess” exhibit at ArtShare LA, titled “Homage to the Mystery and Wisdom of the Feminine.” In this piece, Lizee is contemplating the idea of representing existence as a single point. If that point expands equally in all directions a circle is created. Move to any point on that circle’s circumference and create another circle of equal diameter. The overlapping of these circles creates the form the vesica piscis. “Homage to the Mystery and Wisdom of the Feminine” is an installation that uses the upright vesica piscis as a symbol that connects with the Great Mother. From two, come many. This form represents the portal of creation, both in life and geometry.
Los Angeles based artist Erika Lizée recently completed a 6’ x 12’ installation for BLAM Los Angeles, titled “Seed of Life.” The Seed of Life is a geometric design created through the repetition of seven overlapping circles. If the pattern is continued up to nineteen circles, the design grows to become the ancient symbol, The Flower of Life. This image has been used throughout time as a symbol of existence, creation and fertility. The inclusion of this sacred geometry in her work has become a way to connect with humanity throughout time, through the universal language of geometry. These images speak to the deep-rooted questions we have faced throughout time in relation to the existence of the universe and our role in in.
Erika Lizée is a Los Angeles-based installation artist that recently completed a new piece inside the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX. The new project entitled “Transfiguration,” will be on display at the airport terminal through February 2017. The installations are created with acrylic paint on Duralar panels which are mounted to and/or suspended from the walls and ceiling. Additionally Lizee painted directly on the wall to push the illusion of elements existing inside and emerging from within the wall.