Elizabeth Roseborough is a local, state and national level award winning retired mathematics teacher, turned artist. After years spent teaching Geometry through Calculus in the Pittsburgh Public Schools, she used her formidable technical drawing skills, added color and shading to develop her artistic style. With expertise in realistic painting, Ms. R has often set down her brush for a palette knife, capturing unique emotions, and using it to master both landscapes and seascapes as well as abstracts. A member of McMurray Art League, Pittsburgh Pastel Artist League, Pittsburgh Society of Artists, Upper St. Clair League for the Arts, and Whitehall Arts, she has exhibited in national, regional, and local juried shows. Her work is on display year round at the Latrobe Art Center, in Latrobe, PA, and ARC Art Gallery in Canonsburg, PA. Website: http://erosieart.wixsite.com/studio
Art happened to me in my sixties and has never left me off the hook. She is a task master demanding more of my time and patience than I actually have to give. But give I do, and when not doing art, I think art. I wake up with a new approach to my current painting or possibility for a new painting. Sometimes I wonder where the art I paint actually comes from, as if someone else is directing my hand. One thing is sure, I love making art and cannot stop making art. I hope it shows!