Liz Kuball, Untitled (Santa Barbara)
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Liz Kuball

Untitled (Santa Barbara), 2009
From the California Vernacular series
Website - LizKuball.com

Liz Kuball was born in Washington, D.C., and raised in the same small town in Michigan where her parents grew up. She asked for a camera for her eleventh birthday and always took pictures, but it wasn't until she was in grad school for writing that she realized she wanted to be a photographer. Liz was selected for inclusion in The Collector's Guide to Emerging Art Photography, published by the Humble Arts Foundation in 2008. Her work has been exhibited across the United States and editioned through 20x200. She lives and works in Los Angeles, California.

Posted on Thursday, January 24, 2013.

 

 

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