About Liz Langyher

Liz Langyher is a Midwest/East coast ceramic artist who works primarily in ceramic installation.

She graduated with a BFA, focusing in ceramics, from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2016. She has worked with several art non-profit organizations, including Haystack School of Crafts, Baltimore Clay works, and Watershed Center for Ceramic Art. She was an artist-in-residence at the Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center, the Red Lodge Clay Center, and the Medalta Historic Clay District.

As a ceramic artist, she is interested in the intersection between human and natural environments, the meaning of objects, and the task of living ecologically. This overarching theme takes inspiration from a childhood traveling across I-70; observing the changing landscape and documenting the radical mundane structures that line American roadways. Recently, she has been focusing on the creation of a new trilogy of work focused on pattern and landscape.