10376 North Highway 42 (920.854.4343)
Main Street in Fish Creek (920.868.3634)
Rick has many pieces on display in the lobby of TAP in conjunction with the showing of "True West".
Liz will be showing at Miller Art Museum's Invitational Exhibit
"The Garden" An Artist's Interpretation
Liz and Rick will have artwork on display through the exhibit dates and
will also be attending the opening reception on June 29th.
Liz will be showing at the Collectors Invitational this year,
dates will be posted as soon as they become available, so check back soon!
Liz has been invited to participate in the
Door County Plein Air Festival, Her 9th Year!
Liz spent most of her summers in Fish Creek, Wi while growing up in Chicago, Ill. She went to college in upstate New York where she majored in art history and psychology and moved to Door County permanently about a year after graduation in 1974 where she worked at a variety of jobs including ski instructor, waitress, pre-school teacher, and shop keeper. In 1984, Liz purchased an old farmhouse in Fish Creek where she raised her son, Cyrus, now living in Madison, and continues to renovate the property. She and her partner Rick remodeled the original chicken coop and show their artwork in the space. Liz is a featured artist at FINE LINE DESIGNS GALLERY in Sister Bay, WI (located on Hiighway 42 just North of Ephraim). FINE LINE DESIGNS GALLERY is OPEN YEAR ROUND. Liz also shows her work at THE COOKERY RESTAURANT in downtown FISH CREEK, WI. THE COOKERY RESTAURANT is OPEN MAY through OCTOBER. You can also see her work at the artists home (MARISCH GALLERY) in FISH CREEK by appointment (920.868.2279).
Liz has always loved art. One of her first jobs was managing the Hardy Gallery. She owned and managed a women's art-to-wear clothing store, The Magic Jacket, in the Top of the Hill shops in Fish Creek, for many years sewing clothes and hand painting them. This business evolved into decorative painting furniture, objets d'art, walls and interiors. Finally in 2004, Liz discovered landscape painting "en plein air", her first foray into fine art. She has always been a silent sports enthusiast and finds plein air painting perfectly complimentary to this type of lifestyle and paints outside whenever possible, working in both pastel and acrylic. In JULY, 2017, Liz is honored to participate in her 9th DOOR COUNTY PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL sponsored by the PENINSULA ART SCHOOL in FISH CREEK. She is participating in the annual Door Prize for Portraiture at Chez Cheryl on Plateau Road in Baileys Harbor. Also, she will participate in the Hardy Gallery's Collector's Showcase Exhibit. Liz has won awards for both her landscapes and portraits and continues to show in local and regional exhibits and shows. She has taught several classes in pastel painting at the Peninsula Art School, the Art Garage in Green Bay, and privately.
The late Door County art critic, Charlie Lyons, called Liz's work "a 21st century use of pastel". Her bright and innovative use of color, technique, and pattern express both her enthusiasm for the outdoors and her background in fabric and design.
At the writing of this I am in my early 60's. I began life in Pipestone, Mn. And then lived in South Dakota, New Jersey, Georgia, and Wisconsin. I have been interested in the arts and working with my own art projects in many medias. I have three categories on this site, oil paintings, stained glass windows, mosaic wall hangings and sculptures. If you have any questions on works, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Liz and I have works available for purchase each year at The Festival of the Arts in Sister Bay, Wisconsin. Always held on the second Saturday of August.
At times I turn my hair salon walls into a gallery of our work, we usually are included in a art crawl in the fall in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. That is a Saturday and Sunday event.
When you dine at The Bluefront Cafe in Sturgeon Bay, you will see a copy of Renoir's - The Luncheon of the Boating Party I did for them.
Thank you for visiting.