Liza F. Carter is a Massachusetts-based artist whose watercolors and photographs beguile and captivate viewers with images of the natural world.


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Moving with the Seasons: Portrait of a Mongolian Family.
Winner of 7 national book awards, including:

Nautilus Book Award – Gold Winner for Multicultural/Indigenous 

Independent Book Publishers Association – Benjamin Franklin Award – Silver Winner for Multicultural 

Independent Publisher Book Award  – Silver Winner for Multicultural Non-Fiction 

Davis Orton Gallery – Selected as one of the best 20 Photobooks published in 2013

Reader Views  Literacy Award – First Place for Global Asia Books / Second Place for Travel 

IndieFab Awards – Silver Winner 


“If your library has no other book on Mongolia, this should be the one.”
Randall K. Barry, acquisitions and cataloging librarian for Mongolian materials at the Library of Congress, Washington, DC.  (read full review here or here)

“…a rare and in-depth look at the fast-disappearing nomadic culture of Mongolia. Liza Carter’s timely book displays extraordinary passion and sensitivity for the people she meets and with a careful eye…(she)paints a portrait of a traditional nomad family as they struggle to survive the harsh landscape and unforgiving climate in a land once considered the greatest empire on Earth.” Michael Kohn, Author, Lonely Planet’s Guide to Mongolia.




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An environmental scientist by training, Liza F. Carter uses watercolors to beguile and captivate viewers into a loving and caring relationship with the natural world.

Pussy Willow 1 22" x 15"
Pussy Willow 1
22″ x 15″


Pussy Willow 2 22" x 15"
Pussy Willow 2
22″ x 15″


Pussy Willow 3 11" x 7"
Pussy Willow 3
11″ x 7″











Art as environmental activism click here for an interview with the artist

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