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A resident of Glen Cove, Liz was exposed early to art because of her father’s career as an art director in New York City. As a child, he would sometimes bring her to his office on Madison Avenue and sat her down at his drafting table where she observed prominent illustrators bringing their assignments to him for approval. Drawing became a daily activity advancing the awareness that becoming an artist was indeed in her bones.
Horses have always been prominent in her life. She took riding lessons for many years and has had the privilege of owning a Quarter Horse.
Over the years her technique has evolved with a love for the process of painting through the exploration of subject matter primarily of horses and Long Island landscape. Line and color are integral to her work.
Liz currently works as an art conservator restoring historic murals for Evergreene Architectural Arts in NYC. She frequently exhibits her paintings on Long Island and in Kentucky.