Elizabeth DiPalma grew up in Ohio, where she fell in love with colors and the ways they interact. After earning an MFA in painting and art history, she moved to New York in the late 1970s where she made painted wall constructions, drawings, and paintings on paper and canvas. Her work was shown in a number of small venues and group shows in NYC, as well as the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut. After a very long hiatus from the art world, she has settled into a studio in the Hudson River Valley and begun to paint and exhibit again, under a new name. Still interested in color, her paintings explore the ways in which abstraction begets meaning, and the act of painting itself.
Art is available through this web site.