Liz Perry

Spring at The Herring Run
32×24 monotype with block printing, 2015


I try to capture something of the beauty and fragility of our beaches, saltmarshes, and wildlife of the Cape in my work.
I walk my dogs on the saltmarsh in West Brewster several times a week, in all kinds of weather, and am inspired by the change of seasons, the tides, the subtlety of color.
I look forward to raising awareness through my art, and inspiring our community to protect, preserve and enjoy the wild and open spaces of Cape Cod.


Liz Perry attended Alfred University’s College of Ceramic Art & Design, Alfred, N.Y., receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She majored in printmaking; stone lithography and zinc plate etching, working with printmaker/photographer John Wood. She has also studied with Jon Hall of Univ. of Michigan, spent a 3-day workshop with Minor White, studied varied etching techniques at Haystack School of Crafts, Deer Isle, Me., The N.J. Printmaking Council, and Castle Hill, Truro, MA.
On Cape Cod Perry has given workshops and classes in printmaking, drawing, mixed media and family nature drawing at the Chatham Creative Arts Center, Eastham’s Windmill Weekend, Audubon Wildlife Center, The CC Museum of Natural History, Brewster Elementary Schools, The Laurel School, The Lighthouse Charter School, Barnstable High School, The Cultural Center of Cape Cod, and helped at many art events sponsored by the Printmakers of Cape Cod, where she serves on the PCC Board of Directors and has been a member for 34 years.
She has won numerous awards for her prints and paintings, and her work is in many private collections throughout the U.S. and England.