Lisbeth Quebe has always loved drawing. She first took oil painting lessons as a teen in her hometown of Decatur, Illinois, and went on to major in art at the University of Colorado. A three-decade career in marketing and communications for the architectural industry left no time for drawing and painting but when she retired in 2002 to a rural property in the Driftless Area of southwest Wisconsin, Liz immediately picked up a brush. Twenty year later, after many paintings and much woodworking on the part of her husband Jerry (who made many of her beautiful hand-crafted frames) she moved to Rochester, Minnesota where she maintains a studio in her home.
Liz is an associate member of Oil Painters of America, the American Impressionist Society, and American Women Artists.