About the Art
Digital artist Elizabeth G Fagan’s process begins with her own original photography. Using computer-based technologies, she transforms her photos into essential scenes of natural beauty depicting such regional subjects as Lake Michigan, Wisconsin woods and retreats, local farms and croplands, various creatures who inhabit these places, and other subjects.
Because colors appear differently on different screens and monitors, colors in images viewed online may vary from actual colors.
About the Artist
Elizabeth G Fagan is endlessly inspired by Lake Michigan’s shoreline in southeastern Wisconsin. It’s a unique place where the wild majesty of the Great Lakes meets gently tended farmland. It’s a special place where the four seasons annually create visual masterpieces. It’s a place Fagan lovingly calls Lake Michigan’s Left Coast.
Fagan’s work is also influenced by things she loves: the Arts and Crafts Movement; Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie School; Mid-Century American design; Chicago bungalows style; American primitive antiques; silent film, the horror genre, 1970s American film; and more. Formerly a professional writer, Fagan occasionally posts essays on these subjects and others in her complete online portfolio at lakemichigansleftcoast.com.