Liza Adamczewski trained at Camberwell and The Royal College of Art.
She is a contemporary fine artist living on a re-wilding farm in Pembrokeshire.
One of her current works Titled, #1000postcards is inspired by the environment of her 60 acres of wild flower hay meadows, ancient woodlands and the treasured biodiversity that these environments provide.
Her work focuses on the environmental dilemmas of the Anthropocene.
Producing a 'postcard' or Tweet daily on twitter, Adamczewski has describes herself as an "accidental ecologist" sending out messages from nature.
A selection of #1000postcards was exhibited at Oriel Y Parc in St Davids in
2020 - 2021
Her paintings have been exhibited in galleries across the UK
and are in numerous private collections in
The UK, USA, Canada, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Sweden, Italy,Ireland and France.
Some of the special creatures get a gilded postcard