Elizabeth Decker

Elizabeth

Decker

Tangled up in blue

2020, Acrylic on canvas, 21 x 17 x 2 in

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Elizabeth

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She was caught off guard, for like, a second.

2020, Acrylic on canvas, 21 x 17 x 2 in

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Elizabeth

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She has a natural ability to erase her ears, which comes in handy

2020, Acrylic, graphite on canvas, 17 x 13 x 2 in

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Elizabeth

Decker

You're not the boss of me!

2019, Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 36 in

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Elizabeth

Decker

House Concert with My Friends.

2020, Photography, 20 x 16 in

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Elizabeth

Decker

In the studio with my friends

2020, Photography, 20 x 16 in

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Ocean House Studio Visit

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Elizabeth Decker

About the Artist

Elizabeth Decker is a contemporary artist based in Austin, Texas. Her signature bold and brightly-colored abstract faces & figures are emotional depictions of a story that invites further conversation.

Decker considers herself an intuitive abstract painter, affected and strongly influenced by the internal and external conversations afflicting her self and the world. Painting is a way to mediate an accumulation of emotions, thoughts, and ideas, so that she can come to an acceptable resolution.

The relationship of The Painter and The Paint is often therapeutic and the process of moving through day-to-day life will eventually lead to a piece of work, the "conclusion", at least for the moment.

Elizabeth has exhibited in Texas, Los Angeles, Chicago, NYC and Italy. She has been featured in Austin Woman Magazine, Art Alliance Austin, ArtSparks Texas, The Beach Reporter, Redondo Beach, CA, Houston Voyager and Dallas Voyager among others.

She is a member of IAA/USA (International Association of Arts) and Big Medium's Artist Registry and is Represented by GDCA in Los Angeles.

Artist Statement

Elizabeth Decker is a contemporary artist based in Austin, Texas. Her signature bold and brightly-colored abstract faces & figures are emotional depictions of a story that invites further conversation.

Decker considers herself an intuitive abstract painter, affected and strongly influenced by the internal and external conversations afflicting her self and the world. Painting is a way to mediate an accumulation of emotions, thoughts, and ideas, so that she can come to an acceptable resolution.

The relationship of The Painter and The Paint is often therapeutic and the process of moving through day-to-day life will eventually lead to a piece of work, the "conclusion", at least for the moment. The moment can change as can the painting. It's not unusual for the artist to paint over that moment, creating a new one without attachment to the last. The result, whether it's minimalist or multi-layered, is an invitation to engage in conversation. Open up. Share ideas. Swap stories and recognize that by doing so, we become a little bit closer through shared emotions connecting us to our humanity.

"We all have a story. I like to share mine. I'd love to hear yours. It's an equal partnership". e.decker