Liz Harvey is an interdisciplinary artist whose sculpture and performances have been shown in galleries, museums, and alternative spaces, including a national park, a riverbed, and an arroyo. Harvey works in sculpture and performance, drawing on craft processes to explore loss, history, and imagined futures. For her performance projects, she collaborates with musicians, sound artists, dancers and scientists. 

Harvey's work looks back and forward – she makes elegies and predictions. By engaging with “women’s handiwork”, her current work explores plant-human relationships. Most recently her work has focused on time - through considering the increased rate of plant extinctions and the ongoing decline of the planet’s biodiversity. Harvey’s work “actively engages the rich and multifarious history of feminist art practice, while also attesting to a highly personal and singular vision,” according to Los Angeles critic, artist and poet Eve Wood. 
 
Liz is a founding member of Mending Collective, along with Amanda Eicher and Leeza  Doreian. Mending Collective  is a new collective of artists who wish to create a space for people to come together to learn and practice visual mending techniques. Mending Collective is concerned with economic models built on burgeoning consumption and waste specifically within the garment industry, but indicative of production in general. We explore the traditional practices of mending as a means to counter this narrative.

Most recently, for the lost ones, a multiyear durational performance project, Mary Armentrout and Megan Nicely have been choreographer collaborators. 

Harvey has shown her work in numerous exhibitions in California as well as in New York and Italy. Her work has been featured in galleries, museums, and alternative spaces, including national parks and an arroyo. She is a recipient of awards from the California Arts Council, the Peninsula Artists Fund, and the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department. Harvey lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.