Liz Dulley
Fine Art
in watercolour

Hello, welcome to my website.

I invite you to browse through my journey of creativity and developing artwork.

I paint with watercolour finding it an exciting and versatile medium.
With a delicate approach I make marks and manipulate paint to create interesting surfaces.
Following travel in Japan recent work explores the use of Japanese paper purchased on my journey in Japan.
I enjoy working with symbolism and also exploring natural phenomenom in the field.
With the V&A, designed by Japanese Architect Kengo Kuma, opening in Dundee, I am interested in my personal connection between Dundee and Japan. Following a refreshing trip in Autumn 2019 I am currently interested and explore the wonderful experience of travel in Japan. 

As a Derwent Artist, in conjunction with my  painting, using the influence of plant life, I continue to experiment with Derwent products.

" I've found it important and endeavoured to create something unique.

The necessity to explore and experiment has been essential. "

 above - Sample from new work.
View the complete painting at The Royal Society of Scottish Painters in Watercolour Annual exhibition.

painting with watercolour . . .


The Royal Society of Scottish Painters in Watercolour
139th Annual Exhibition
The Royal Scottish 
Academy Building,
The Mound,
Lower galleries
30 Dec - 30 Jan
Daily, Free entry
The Royal Scottish Academy Building,
The Mound,

Upper Galleries,
Members Wall

until 30th Jan
Daily 10 - 5 
Free entry 
Perthshire Art

Texture in

10th Feb 2020
Forgan Arts Centre
Flower workshop
14th March 2020

Travel in JAPAN
Solo Exhibition

Botanic Gardens

29th May -
13th June 2020
Open daily
10 - 4.30
Free entry