Liz Darling is a visual artist from Kansas. Deliberate and intricate, Darling uses watercolor, ink, and other water-based media to create cosmic, organic compositions that often center on themes of spirituality, transience, the divine feminine, and the natural world. She primarily works in watercolor and ink as the water element itself is significant to her practice. She routinely utilizes subject matter that embodies the transitory complexity of nature and the duality of growth and decay, such as fungi and lunar imagery. The moon, a symbol of the Goddess in pagan belief, is intimately linked to tides, seasons, and the female menstrual cycle. Stylistically, She loves the crisp edges and smooth surface texture that watercolor naturally creates and she gravitates to painting calm, balanced, organic compositions.