ARTISTS BIOGRAPHY: Born in Saratoga and raised in the Adirondacks of  NY. The Artist showed a very early ability in drawing.  She received a BA in Art History from UVM. Employed after graduating in 1986  as an Engineering & Architectural Draftsman and Field Engineer. When her 2 Sons were born in 1990 and 1991 she switched gears to work from home and opened an upholstery and  antique furniture restoration business.  As the the years passed, her  Husband's Heating company grew. Her painting was put on hold, as she worked upholstering and the family business.  In 2009 she had one evening free a week to devote to painting and studied under Chris Walton "Studio Art" Glens Falls, NY. Since 2009 she devotes weekends  to her painting. 


She has historically been  an Oil Painter, but having reached her half century mark has made the decision to use watercolors also.  Her current  focus is on Birds and Wildlife in Art. 


Education: University of Vermont, Bachelor Arts in Art History, 1986.  Art workshops under: James Gallucci (1973), Chris Walton (2009-present), Marianne Ganter (2015),  Robert J. O'Brien AWS  Workshop (2017 - Saratoga, NY) Work History: Architectural/ Engineering Drafting. 1991 - present Co-owns and operates the Family Heating business with her husband Brian, and two sons, Benjamin and Scott.


Group Exhibitions: 1985: 3D Small Metal Exhibition, Burlington, VT. 2007 Upper Hudson Valley Watercolor Society @ Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls, NY. 2009 Lapham Gallery LARAC 2010 Studio Art Exhibition at 190 Glen Street Glens Falls NY Gallery. 


Represented at: First Flame Fireplaces Showroom

                        475 Corinth Road, Queensbury, NY 12804


Self Portrait

2017 Watercolor

contact: beth@elizabethdnelson.com

phone: 518-744-0955

Elizabeth D. Nelson

Elizabeth D. Nelson

Love of Art

Art is a personal journey and speaks to each one of us differently.  Art  can evoke emotions, can remind of us places we have been or places we would like to be. Art can be seen,  felt or interpreted. It is always in the eye of the beholder! Often the Artist is captivated by a moment in time she has witnessed and wants to commit it to permanence.