In her statement, Liz explains the series of daily dresses:
"This series of paintings began as a project for Art o Mat in which I created 50 themed cigarette pack sized paintings to be vended through restored cigarette machines. I have a large amount of thrift store vintage dresses and decided they would make a good subject since they hold their own as unique handmade objects. By painting them I am paying tribute to the women who lovingly spent many hours making them only to have them end up at a Salvation Army forty years later for $3. In return I am making something commemorating their work that, like the dresses themselves, takes me a great deal of care and time to create."
To view more paintings by Liz and other participating artists of the upcoming 'Teeny Tiny Art Show II' look here.