Liz Jeneid is a practising artist living in the Illawarra. After teaching visual arts for 20 years in the Faculty of creative Arts, she is now a University Fellow at the University of Wollongong.
Liz has been exhibiting work for many years, has had eight solo exhibitions and has taken part in many group exhibitions in Australia and overseas including the Tapestry Triennale in Lodz Poland, Gothenburg Sweden, Herning Denmark, Kochi Japan, Xalapa Mexico, Citta de Castello Italy & El Bruc Spain.
Her work is in the following collections: State Library of NSW; National Library of Australia, ACT; Power House Museum, Sydney, New South Wales; Queensland Art Gallery; Araluan Art Gallery, Alice Springs Northern Territory: University of Southern Queensland; University of Wollongong New South Wales; Wollongong City Gallery, New South Wales; Goulburn Regional Gallery, New South Wales; NERAM Armidale NSW, Mackay Regional Gallery Queensland, Australia; Flinders University Collection, South Australia; Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney Australia, Carleton College, Minnesota USA; Washington State University, USA; Can Serrat Spain; private collections in Australia and overseas
Liz has had residencies in Australia, on ships going to Polar regions and in Paris, Greece, Costa Rica, Spain, Sicily and the USA.