Installation


Eternally Searching (0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13...)

2017 Installation at Gallery 825

"Beauty is certainly a soft, smooth, slippery thing and therefore of a nature which easily slips in and permeates our souls."        -- Plato

The beauty, magic and power of the natural world are breathtaking.   The beauty is soothing, and yet, I find myself in a constant state of yearning; longing to understand the connections between things, to be able to grasp the complex and intricate web that is life.  When we study mathematical sequences like the Fibonacci numbers, we can see how number patterns and geometry begin to reveal the framework of the world around us.  Visually, these numbers manifest in form of the Golden Spiral, which can be observed throughout nature and serves as the centerpiece of this installation project.  These mathematical clues give us a glimpse into the depths of the unknown.

Eternally Searching (0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13...)

Installation at Gallery 825

Acrylic on Duralar

8' x 69' x 3'

2017

Photo Credit: Panic Studio LA


Homage to the Mystery and Wisdom of the Feminine

2017 Installation at ArtShare LA

Consider representing existence as a single point. If that point expands equally in all directions a circle is created. Move to any point on that circle’s circumference and create another circle of equal diameter. The overlapping of these circles creates the form the vesica piscis. Homage to the Mystery and Wisdom of the Feminine is an installation that uses the upright vesica piscis as a symbol that connects with the Great Mother. From two, come many. This form represents the portal of creation, both in life and geometry.

Homage to the Mystery and Wisdom of the Feminine Installation at ArtShare LA Acrylic on Duralar 8' x 13' x 2' 2017 Photo Credit: Panic Studio LA

Homage to the Mystery and Wisdom of the Feminine

Installation at ArtShare LA

Acrylic on Duralar

8' x 13' x 2'

2017

Photo Credit: Panic Studio LA


The Seed of Life

2016 Installation at BLAM Los Angeles

The Seed of Life is a geometric design created through the repetition of seven overlapping circles. If the pattern is continued up to nineteen circles, the design grows to become the ancient symbol, The Flower of Life. This image has been used throughout history as a symbol of existence, creation and fertility. The inclusion of this sacred geometry in my work has become a way to connect with humanity throughout time, through the universal language of geometry. These images speak to the deep-rooted questions we have always faced in relation to the existence of the universe and our role in in.

HiFructose article:  http://hifructose.com/2016/10/19/erika-lizees-absorbing-transcendental-seed-of-life-installation/

 

Seed of Life Installation at BLAM Los Angeles Acrylic on Duralar 6' x 12' x 2' 2016 Photo Credit: Panic Studio LA  

Seed of Life

Installation at BLAM Los Angeles

Acrylic on Duralar

6' x 12' x 2'

2016

Photo Credit: Panic Studio LA

 


Transfiguration Installation at the Tom Bradley International Terminal, LAX Acrylic on Duralar 7' x 43' x 5' 2016 Photo Credit: Panic Studio LA

Transfiguration

Installation at the Tom Bradley International Terminal, LAX

Acrylic on Duralar

7' x 43' x 5'

2016

Photo Credit: Panic Studio LA


...and yet, things continue to unfold (III)

2016 Installation at 643 Project Space, Ventura, CA

Beautiful Bizarre article:  https://beautifulbizarre.net/2016/03/08/erika-lizees-and-yet-things-continue-to-unfold-643-project-space-in-progress/

...and yet, things continue to unfold (III) Installation at 643 Project Space, Ventura, CA Acrylic on Duralar 7' x 38' x 3' 2016 Photo Credit: Brittany McGinley  

...and yet, things continue to unfold (III)

Installation at 643 Project Space, Ventura, CA

Acrylic on Duralar

7' x 38' x 3'

2016

Photo Credit: Brittany McGinley

 


...and yet, things continue to unfold (II)

2015 Window installation at Angels' Ink Gallery, San Pedro, CA

...and yet, things continue to unfold (II) Installation at Angels' Ink Gallery, Sand Pedro, CA Acrylic on Duralar 6' x 5' x 10' 2015 Photo Credit: Jonathan Castillo

...and yet, things continue to unfold (II)

Installation at Angels' Ink Gallery, Sand Pedro, CA

Acrylic on Duralar

6' x 5' x 10'

2015

Photo Credit: Jonathan Castillo


...and yet, things continue to unfold (I) 

2015 Installation at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery

Juxtapoz article:  https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/otherworldly-installation-by-erika-lizee/

...and yet, things continue to unfold (I) Installation at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery Acrylic on Duralar 4' x 25' x 3' 2015

...and yet, things continue to unfold (I)

Installation at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery

Acrylic on Duralar

4' x 25' x 3'

2015


...and yet, things continue to unfold (I)

2015 Installation at GALA Exhibits, Glendale, CA

Beautiful/Decay article:  http://beautifuldecay.com/2015/09/09/erika-lizees-installations-surreal-flowing-forms-pull-us-side/

...and yet, things continue to unfold (I) Installation at GALA Exhibits, Glendale, CA Acrylic on Duralar 4' x 25' x 3' 2015 Photo Credit: Gene Ogami

...and yet, things continue to unfold (I)

Installation at GALA Exhibits, Glendale, CA

Acrylic on Duralar

4' x 25' x 3'

2015

Photo Credit: Gene Ogami


...and yet, things continue to unfold

2013 Studio Installation

...and yet, things continue to unfold Studio Installation Acrylic on Duralar 4' x 12' x 3' 2013 Photo Credit: Stephen Callis

...and yet, things continue to unfold

Studio Installation

Acrylic on Duralar

4' x 12' x 3'

2013

Photo Credit: Stephen Callis