Liz Elsberg is a multi-media Artist and Learning and Development Professional in the Dallas area. Her artistic work has been featured in various exhibitions both regionally and nationally and her professional work has enhanced training for more than 50,000 employees for several corporations nationwide.
Since achieving a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Sculpture from Texas A&M University-Commerce, Liz has continued producing art by exploring a variety of media such as printmaking, photography (digital and film), soft, fabric based sculptures, multi-media sculptural installations, and video. Repetition of form, sound, and action are frequently used in her work.
She is co-director, along with Dr. Jean Roelke, of the Ghost Town Arts Collective and her latest endeavor is building a traditional black and white Darkroom laboratory with the collective on-site at Ideation Station.