Eliza is a Native Newyorker with both French and American nationalities. Born in 1970 in Greenwich Village, she was privileged to grow up in a diverse community of creative caring people focused on community well-being. Eliza spent many years living in both France and the US as well as in the Netherlands and Canada, and became a French citizen in the 1990s while living in Paris. She has traveled throughout the world and studies many languages including French, Italian, German, Dutch and Japanese. Eliza studied Fine Arts, a wide range of art making techniques, and the history of art of many cultures internationally at Parsons in Paris, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York, and the Reitveld Academie in Amsterdam. She received her Master's  Degree with Highest Honors (Diplôme National Supérieur avec les félicitations du jury) from the l'École d'Art in Avignon in 1997. In 2014 Eliza began to  partner with socially engaged non-profits and private sector social business initiatives to create a responsible caring model for the sale of her artwork. Her current project painting and photographing botanical gardens, brings her interest in the relativity of color and form, as well as the beauty and inspiring wonder of the local international creative context to the forefront of her work. 

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From the Walking in the Botanical Gardens Series