Liz Zeisler is a direct descendant of the famous 14th century Russian master icon painter, Alexandrei Rublev, who was noted for his individualistic color, in the era of Ivan III. She has had a passion for art since childhood. The art she displays, is digitally enhanced acrylic painting with patterns based on mathematical color theory
Liz’s one-of-a kind works use multi-media, and combine a language for color, with design software, digital painting and the study of color composition.
Her longtime job at a think tank enabled the concept for mathematical color projects.
Ms. Zeisler graduated in fine arts from Cornell University School of Architecture where she studied abstract expressionism with known American New York school artists including Jim Dine and Robert Robert Rauschenberg.