About the Art
“Different seasons bring different moods to the Great Lakes region,” says artist Elizabeth G Fagan. In early April, Fagan likes a color that evokes a blue sky, such as Pantone’s Blue Iris.
Fagan often uses Pantone colors in her work. “Using defined hues makes it much easier for interior designers and homeowners to identify, match, and coordinate the tones to any décor,” she reports.
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For décor that is always stylish and up-to-date, fill a wall with a group of same-size prints. Then swap the prints in and out with different seasons and holidays.
About the Artist
Elizabeth G Fagan is an artist, photographer, and writer. A former Chicagoan, Fagan resides in southeastern Wisconsin. She calls her place in the world Lake Michigan’s Left Coast.
Fagan attended a private arts high school on Connecticut’s Long Island Sound, where she focused on print-making and photography. She went on to acquire a BA in English (Grinnell College & UIC), an MA in Linguistics (UIC), and a certificate in web development (DePaul University). A career in Chicago-area publishing and website design/development gave Fagan advanced professional skills. Following a move to Wisconsin, Fagan devotes much of her time to making art. She’s held part-time sales positions with paint, home-design, and photography retailers.
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