The Turn of the Screw Ebook by Liza Donovan

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Liza Donovan Liza is a Graphic Designer and artist living in Charlotte, NC. She has always been a passionate art lover and project enthusiast and turns to art for expression. Inspired by the culture and fashion of the 60s, American post-punk posters, Eastern European poster art, and cats everywhere.
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Liza Donovan Liza is a Graphic Designer and artist living in Charlotte, NC. She has always been a passionate art lover and project enthusiast and turns to art for expression. Inspired by the culture and fashion of the 60s, American post-punk posters, Eastern European poster art, and cats everywhere.

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Artist Statement

"I wanted to portray the innocence, naivete, and inexperience of the governess. To also portray fear, danger, paranoia, and the beauty and proper etiquette of Victorian times, all with a slightly creepy vibe and Modern look and feel." - Liza Donovan

Liza is a Graphic Designer and artist living in Charlotte, NC. She has always been a passionate art lover and project enthusiast. Not to be discouraged by her very first drawings of gross anatomical displacement, where arms grew out of heads, she honed her technique only to find that arms CAN grow out of heads. She has always turned to art for expression and is inspired by the culture and fashion of the 60s, American post-punk posters, Eastern European poster art, and cats everywhere. Drawn to the nonsensical, playful, and surreal, Liza insists on work being fun.