Count Me In! Artist of the Day is... Liz Jorg Masi

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SKU: 202-AOD37
Price: $250.00

Be the first to bid $250 and win "Indian Museum Grounds in Montauk", 12" x 16" unframed oil on canvas plein air painting by Liz Jorg Masi

About the Artist:
Liz was born in Suriname, South America to Dutch parents and immigrated to NYC at the age of five years old. She went to the H.S. of Industrial Art and received a scholarship to Parsons School of Design for fashion illustration.
After working for Women’s Wear Daily for one year, she began freelancing for Henri Bendel, Harper’s Bazaar, Saks Fifth Ave, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, and many advertising agencies on various accounts to become a top illustrator.

After many years Liz ventured into storyboards and animatics for TV commercials mainly for beauty and cosmetics. When her husband sold his printing business she left commercial art and studied fine art at the Art Students League in NYC with Richard Pionk in oil and on Long Island with Dan Slapo in Pastel. Thereafter taking workshops with David Laffel, Sherri McGraw, Robert Johnson, Casey Baugh, Rose Franzen, and Michelle Dunaway, Robert Liberace, to name a few from the Scottsdale School of Art in Arizona.

When they moved to Long Island, NY she joined the Nassau County Art League and became a board member for 7 years. Liz excels in portraiture but also paints landscapes and still-life’s in Oil, Pastels, and Watercolors winning over 75 awards nationwide and became a member of 12 art organizations, entering juried competitions every year and becoming a signature member of The Pastel Society of America, Northeast Watercolor Society, Philadelphia Watercolor Society, The American Watercolor Society, American Artists Professional League, and a full member of the Catherine Wolf Art Club.

Her husband Antonio Masi is the President of the American Watercolor Society and has 2 books out of his work; Lady Liberty and New York’s Golden Age of Bridges.

Liz has taught Portraiture at the Montauk Artists Association and has taught many workshops and judged shows regionally.

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August 6, 2020
Start Time: 
10:00 AM
End Time: 
11:59 PM
Existing Class
14 hours
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