Elizabeth Brandon is an accomplished painter in the Poetic Realist tradition, practicing Old Master principles of light and atmosphere. Brandon reveals a natural beauty in her culinary subjects and a lyrical poetic interpretation of her subjects.
After graduation from the University of Georgia, Brandon moved from her native Nashville, Tennessee, to New York City, to study drawing and oil painting at the Art Students League of New York. Under the tutelage of the renowned painter Frank Mason, she studied the concepts and techniques of the Dutch Masters and Rubens and the Hudson River Painters.
She has shown her work nationally and she has won numerous awards for her paintings. She was the cover artist for the popular Cook's Illustrated magazine for seven years, and her paintings reside in private collections throughout the US and abroad.