Liz Lescault is an accomplished ceramic artist known for her vessel forms and her mastery of fiery red and luscious tangerine glazes. Her lauded solo exhibion "Embers" in June of 2011 marked the end of an era. Lescault's work has evolved from organic vessel forms into purer sculptural shapes. Her sculptures continue to reflect her mastery and exploration of sensual form in a complex and naturalistic realm and dare the viewer to recognize where their inspiration originated.
Liz lived in Botswana and Lesotho where she studied traditional African ceramic techniques and in France where she studied watercolor. A selection of her work is part of the permanent collection of the National Museum of Botswana.
Liz has been awarded numerous grants and awards. She also teaches art in her home studio, exhibits in various galleries and organizes and curates art exhibitions.