Lisbeth Quebe

When Lisbeth Quebe resumed painting in 2002, after a 35-year hiatus called a career, she first painted still lifes, and continues to enjoy creating them. She like to incorporate items that resonate with people because of the memories they prompt. A few years later Quebe began painting en plein air. The rolling hills of the Driftless Area, the creeks and streams, and the iconic family farms offered countless opportunities for painting. The quickly changing light, the many shades of green in spring and summer, the rich hues of fall and the harvest—all drew me outdoors, intent on capturing a small part of this special area. She now paint landscapes primarily in my studio, from studies and photographs. In 2011, Quebe began painting animals, and found new subjects to love. The Quebe’s went on frequent “photo safaris” looking for the perfectly posed animal in perfectly placed light. Her paintings strive to capture not only the likeness of the animal, but a little of their personality too.

Framed: 10" x 10"'

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About the Artist

Lisbeth Quebe

Lisbeth Quebe

Liz began painting in earnest when she and her husband Jerry retired from their jobs in the architectural industry in 2002. Their rural home in the Driftless Area of southwest Wisconsin proved an ideal location. Liz set up her studio and Jerry set up his woodworking shop, where he made many of the hand-crafted frames that grace Liz’s oil paintings. Twenty years later, they moved to Rochester, Minnesota, where Liz maintains a studio in their home.

Liz’s paintings are representational with a touch of impressionism. She first painted still lifes, incorporating items that resonate with people because of the memories they prompt…heirloom vases and linens, sewing items, old tools, and of course, just-picked flowers. She then turned to painting en plein air, inspired by the rolling hills, creeks, and small family farms of the Driftless Area. These days, she paints landscapes in her studio, utilizing photographs and studies. She constantly explores new subjects that push her out of her comfort zone, such as nocturnes, iconic buildings, and lake scenes.

When Liz began painting animals in 2011, she found a whole new focus. Rural Wisconsin farms were full of subjects. She was first drawn to cows, and soon, to goats, horses, and chickens. Her travels to Florida added herons, egrets, and pelicans. There were commissions for family pets… dogs, cats, a rabbit or two and even a llama. Now she is captivated by wildlife, and has added butterflies, songbirds and waterfowl, cottontails, fawns and foxes, and other woodland creatures to the mix. She strives to capture not only the likeness of the animals, but a little of their personality too.

Liz is an associate member of Oil Painters of America, the American Impressionist Society, and American Women Artists.

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