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Elizabeth grew up inspired by her box of crayolas, her mother's crafty ways, her father's sharp business sense and her grandfather's artistic endeauvers. These factors mixed through the years, developed into the creative endeauvers you see today. After high school, Elizabeth graduated from Jamestown Community College with a fine art degree. Our logo, an adaptation of the color wheel, is derived from these early days at JCC. After the highly creative time at JCC, she transferred to the University at Buffalo, where alas to find the joy of credit transfer and waiting to get into an art program is rather tedious for an impatient soul. Wait a year to get into the art program, that was promised, or take many, many art history classes? The choice was made. Days were filled with art history through the centuries and brief stint thinking that maybe being a female Indian Jones may be possible. Then the realization that dirt isn't so tantalizing…

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  • Female
  • Born on December 16
  • Joined February 18, 2010

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paper, water color, tile, acrylic, computer

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About

Elizabeth grew up inspired by her box of crayolas, her mother's crafty ways, her father's sharp business sense and her grandfather's artistic endeauvers. These factors mixed through the years, developed into the creative endeauvers you see today. After high school, Elizabeth graduated from Jamestown Community College with a fine art degree. Our logo, an adaptation of the color wheel, is derived from these early days at JCC. After the highly creative time at JCC, she transferred to the University at Buffalo, where alas to find the joy of credit transfer and waiting to get into an art program is rather tedious for an impatient soul. Wait a year to get into the art program, that was promised, or take many, many art history classes? The choice was made. Days were filled with art history through the centuries and brief stint thinking that maybe being a female Indian Jones may be possible. Then the realization that dirt isn't so tantalizing and digging into the earth not so fabulous. Two years later a degree was in hand and the world at her feet.

For more info on Elizabeth Gleason visit: http://www.tintpress.com

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