Liz and Lou met a few years ago through their children’s school and soon realised they had studied the same degree in Brighton.  Recently, they have collaborated on several successful creative projects and work as a great team which motivated them to set up Superstreet Gallery.

Both artists have personal experience of the benefits art and creative activities provide in supporting both physical and mental wellbeing.  They are passionate about promoting art for wellbeing through different workshops for specific groups.


Elizabeth graduated from the University of Brighton with a BA in Textiles and Business Studies, later acquiring a Masters in Textile Art.  She has taught in Higher Education and Further Education and is qualified to teach adults in Lifelong Learning.  Liz has over twenty years’ experience running a variety of creative workshops for adults and children at all levels, with an emphasis on individual expression and building creative confidence.

Since graduating Liz has worked in galleries, taught and run her own creative art/design business, providing a bespoke service creating art to fit specific spaces.  Her clients have included interior designers, architects, hotels, restaurants, hospitals and commercial offices and private homes.    She has a daughter age nine and lives in Chester, having returned after years of working abroad and throughout the UK.  Working as a full-time artist from her studio, she sells her art through galleries, art fairs and commissions.


After graduating with a BAhons in Fashion/Textiles with business studies and completing her masters in Textiles, Lou went on to work for a major high street retailer before moving to the Wirral.

Here Lou studied and taught web design before deciding to run her own web-based applied arts company, creating bespoke jewellery and art. She now runs private art lessons for children at GCSE/’A’ level and for other art enthusiasts.

Lou currently sells her art through galleries and contemporary art fairs and is now a lead creative with Superstreet Gallery, working on specific commissions.  She lives on the Wirral with her husband, two children, two dogs and 8 chickens.