Inspired by Door County, Lisbeth has no lack of subjects for her paintings. She goes on “photo safaris” looking for the perfectly posed animal in perfectly placed light. She paints from these photos, as most animals are notoriously bad at standing still. She strives to capture not only the likeness of the animal, but a little of their personality too.
Framed: 12'' x 14''
About the Artist
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.
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