Elizabeth received a BFA in Studio Art - Painting from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2003. She has attended Penland School of Crafts, John C Campbell Folk School, Glen Echo Park's Red Barn, and the Cameron Art Museum.
Her style is strongly influenced by the coastal setting, which shows up in the colors, textures, and motifs of her art and interiors.
Working in both acrylic and watercolor media, she is able to capture places, homes, memories, and more in a fun and vibrant way.
Elizabeth received a MFA degree in Interior Design in 2006 from George Washington University and began working for a boutique architecture firm followed by a high end residential design firm. Elizabeth passed the NCIDQ exam in 2010 and was a professional member of ASID (American Society of Interior Designers).
Elizabeth enjoys blending old and new and isn't afraid to spice up her designs with unexpected color, texture, found objects, or creative furniture arrangements.