Her satirical, political cartoons poking fun at the ruling class of San Francisco City Hall are just as powerful, perhaps more impactful, as the written word.
Liz latest cartoon calls out Mayor London Breed for her continuing assault on civil liberties, her glorification of law enforcement. Breed’s unrelenting assault on San Francisco progressives.
Following is a retrospective of Liz political artistic brillianceas it relates to City Hall politics.
Her other art work covers the battle for JFK Promenade, The Great Walkway, Dede Wilsey, The Recall of Chesa Boudin, the ascension of 153K “Volunteer” Puppet DA Brooke Jenkins, and Nightcrawler SF Chronicle columnist Heather Knight.
Liz majored in commercial art at Oakland Technical High. The art teacher Mr. Coy was a Marine style drill sergeant demanding the best from his students.
Liz entered San Francisco State University as an Art major. But the 1968-1969 Student Strike short circuited her career plans. She switched her Major to English and put her drawing pencils on the shelf for decades. It was the Recall of Progressive DA Chesa Boudin which inspired Liz to resume her talent.