Elizabeth Rose paints what she sees and loves. The beautiful and familiar surroundings of Southern Southeast Alaska provide her with unlimited inspiration. Known for her colorful and realistic paintings, the watercolor medium enables each work to be created with a reflection of her feelings toward that particular subject.
Elizabeth prefers the sharper details as portrayed in the paintings of Deer Mountain, Creek Street, boats, harbors, flowers and other local scenes that take the viewer on an authentic tour led by a life-long resident.
Elizabeth attended college on an art scholarship and continued her passion independently with solo shows in Juneau and Ketchikan. Her work is featured in many private collections throughout the country and abroad as well as part of the Alaska State Museum’s permanent collection in Fairbanks.