Eliza Southwood spent ten years as an architect in London before deciding she’d had enough and returned to her original interest in art and illustration, which she now does full-time.
A keen interest in bikes and cycling led to her producing a series of cycling artworks, which were first exhibited at Look Mum No Hands! in London. Another solo exhibition at LMNH followed, together with shows at Bespoked Bristol; Milkwood Gallery, Cardiff; Society Cafe, Bath; the Bristol Bike Festival; and a collaboration with Hackney GT at Wilton’s Café.
Eliza Southwood has also produced illustrations for Cycle to Cannes.org and Boneshaker Magazine. She continues to be inspired by cycling; the Tactics silk screen print series depicts the dynamics of the peloton.
[highlight]The Eliza Southwood Tactics series are all A3 on Stockwell cartridge[/highlight] (with border) and come in a variety of colours so check out the rest of our Eliza Southwood stock.