In 2006, Liz was 1 of 4 artists chosen to take part in a printmaking Residency in the Scottish Highlands at The Highland Print Studio. She lived in Cromarty, North of Inverness; it was like living in the middle of a nature reserve. It was a fabulous opportunity in which Liz immersed herself in printmaking for 3 months .
Liz has continued printmaking ever since, in 2009 crossing over from being a full time painter to printmaker. With printmaking, she is constantly learning new techniques which keeps the whole process very exciting. At first, Liz was mainly concentrating on making Lino-cuts and she taught herself the technique of chine colle whilst making the odd screenprint. Now it is the complete opposite and she has become addicted to the process of screeprinting as each print she makes, she learns something new, its such an exciting and sometimes very challenging process …. but that is why Liz loves it.