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Book Design +
Squarespace Website Design




Hi, I'm Liz and I make  —

• Books for Writers and Small Publishers {and people who love to read books}.
• Squarespace Websites for Writers + Creatives + Artisans + People Who Dream and Do.
• Illustration for books + websites + for projects that need a hand drawn touch.

Let's create something together!

I believe the best design work creates a bridge that connects your unique story with your ideal audience. We'll build that bridge together from the foundation up.

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Book Design

Cover design or the whole book inside and out — I offer several packages and a free 30 minute consultation.

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Squarespace Website Design

Squarespace websites — need a big site to hold all you do, or a one-page to promote your new-est project?



My illustration style is loose, it's colorful and it’s all about watercolor with an occasional mark from a pen and/or a pencil.

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Liz Kalloch weaves together youthful spirit and old-soul wisdom. Her design work is intuitive and discerning, her painting escorts us into other-worldly dreams, and her writing embodies an inner compass that always points toward truth.
— Jen Lee, writer, producer, filmmaker,

Recent Projects & News

Book Design

Book design for Lisa Solomon and her Keepsake Project.

Website Design

A work in progress for Chinese Brush Painting artist Donna D'Acuti.

Tools & Talismans feature

in the TRADE issue • Autumn 2017

Tools & Talismans

See all 100 paintings

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Tools & Talismans is a series of vignette paintings that I created between June 2015 and November 2017. Each painting tells the story of each woman through the tools she uses in her work and the talismans she keeps close by as muses, charms, and reminders.

The women represented in this series of paintings are:

Writers – Healers – Artists – Thinkers – Photographers – Activists – Teachers – Designers – Visionaries – and etc

Some are well-known, and all are immensely interesting and creative women I wanted to know more about.  So . . .

I contacted them and asked:  What are the go-to items you need to produce your work and what are the things that help you in other, more ephemeral, palpable and motivational ways. 

The result is a series of 100 paintings with the each woman’s thoughts — and some of my thoughts while painting.