A conversation with Liz Steel from “An Illustrated Journey”
Here’s the next interview with the contributors to my new book An Illustrated Journey: Inspiration From the Private Art Journals of Traveling Artists, Illustrators and Designers
Liz Steel is a lovely, bubbly person who has fallen madly in love with drawing over the past few years. In our chat, she shares the story of her journey from office-bound architect to world traveler and rabid journalista. (See more of her work in the book and on her blog).
Liz shares a lot more in my book. Here’s an excerpt:
“I was born in Sydney and have lived here all my life and LOVE it! I have always loved to draw but at high school, maths was my favorite subject (a family trait) and I dropped out of art after one year because I spent 6 months drawing a spark plug! Although I entered my degree in architecture from a more technical basis, my love of drawing was soon re-kindled and it was during my student years that I started keeping travel journals. These early journal were mainly made up of little …” (continued)