ELIZABETH GRAHAM JOINS THE ART EXPOSED COMMUNITY TO EXHIBIT ORIGINAL ARTWORK ONLINE AND IN LOCAL RETAIL ESTABLISHMENTS
Graham has been involved in oil painting for approximately five years.Â Although mostly self-taught, she studied under Artist Michael Willmon in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2006.Â She currently takes classes in life drawing at the Art Center of Northern New Jersey. With an interest in abstract art, Graham enjoys working with shapes, lines and color.Â Â Graham’s studio located in Lyndhurst exhibits several of her paintings including a recent self-portrait, and artwork composed of color, lines and cooperating and conflicting energies, which are constantly evolving.
“I chose to exhibit my artwork at www.getartexposed.com because the company uses a combination of public relations, marketing and public presentation in both real-world venues and via the Art eXposed website,” states Graham.Â
Art eXposed CEO Mark Skrobola says, “We’re excited to add Elizabeth Graham to our community of successful artists.Â Many artists do not have resources or the knowledge to promote themselves.Â We can help get their work exhibited on our website and in local retail establishments.”Â For more information and to view and download high resolution images of Graham’s artwork go to http://www.getartexposed.com/artist/LizG.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Artist Elizabeth Graham earned a B.A. in Historic Preservation at Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA, but shifted her focus to art and design after college.Â Graham began painting in 2003.Â Her paintings are equal parts color and design; intended to convey an idea or impressions about an experience, or to simply create something beautiful, using oil, acrylic, canvas and wood.
ABOUT ART EXPOSEDÂ
Art Exposed was founded in September 2005.Â The company, headquartered in Manalapan, New Jersey, offers artists the opportunity to promote themselves and their artwork via the Web and in retail establishments.Â For more information about Art Exposed, contact Deirdre Breakenridge at 937-812-8883, ext. 230, or Mark Skrobola at Art Exposed, 732-642-6497.