Elizabeth Roskam is an award winning artist who received her BFA degree from the University of Michigan. She has done extensive work in interior design, graphic design and pen and ink drawings. Her work has been featured in The Hill, The Daily Herald, The Washington Post, Roll Call, Politico Playbook, The Chicago Tribune and NBC Chicago. She continues to pursue her creative passion almost exclusively in oil painting.
Several world leaders along with the First Lady, have received Elizabeth Roskam's original paintings. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko received "Bright Horizons", Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi received "Luminary Dome" and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu received "Dome of Consequence."
Elizabeth is often asked what inspires her to paint. Her answer is: "Beauty. And beauty comes in many forms: in color perspective, light and proportion. And nothing is more beautiful than the work of God. The Psalmist must have been thinking of a sunset when he wrote: 'The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands."" (Psalm 19:1)
Elizabeth lives outside Chicago and has been a member of the Portrait Society of America and the DuPage Art League. Elizabeth serves on the Ford's Theatre Board of Trustees and the Jonahre Foundation Board.
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