'Forty Something' new series of works by figurative abstract artist Liza Posar celebrates the modern day woman. Whilst forty has been dubbed the new twenty, there is no denying the many tribulations that come with getting older. From caring for aging parents, raising children, running a household and working, the modern day woman is in a constant battle with the clock. Despite the constant stresses that come along with growing older in a fast paced society, women are forever defying the odds. Liza's larger than life series of acrylic/collage paintings asks viewers to celebrate the twenty-first century women who somehow manage to be a mother, wife, sister, friend, colleague and most importantly, an inspiration.
Liza's work has also appeared in numerous publications including: Amazing Australian Artists book, Art Me Gallery - 2014, The 69Fifteen Publication, 69 Smith St. Gallery, Melbourne - 2013, Australian Art Collector Magazine - 2012, and Leader Newspaper - 2012 and 2015. Liza has exhibited in both group and solo shows in a number of galleries across Melbourne and Sydney. Her recent exhibits have taken place in the likes of 69 Smith St. Gallery, Brunswick St. Gallery, Chapel off Chapel Gallery, Gabriel Gallery, Collingwood Gallery, Tap Gallery.