Artist Spotlight: Elizabeth Rose Chambers

Summer Time, Elizabeth Rose Chambers, 2016

 

Artist Spotlight: Elizabeth Rose Chambers

Born in Ketchikan and a lifetime resident of Southeast Alaska, watercolor artist Elizabeth Rose-Chambers is known for realistic and detailed portrayals of familiar scenery. Her versatility in the watercolor media enables each work to be created with a reflection of her feelings toward that particular subject.

Always interested in art, Elizabeth received the Christine Oaksmith Art Scholarship award and attended Seattle University as an art major. In 1979, while living in Juneau, she began painting professionally and since that time she has had numerous solo shows.

Elizabeth has worked as a substitute art teacher. Her work received first place in the 7th Annual Juried Art Exhibition in Sitka in 1984 and many paintings are featured in private collections throughout the country and abroad. Her work is also a part of the Alaska State Museum’s permanent collection in Fairbanks.

We are proud to help introduce Elizabeth's new release, Summer Time. This colorful rendition of the Ketchikan Waterfront in the summer comes in two sizes (12" x 8" and 21" x 14") and depicts float planes resting on the water and a snowless Deer Mountain in the background. For more information about Elizabeth and her work, please contact the Gallery.