Liz Scott                 Sept 2014


Liz Scott (Elizabeth Hundt Scott) exhibits her artwork throughout the state and is an active member of various groups, including: Artclectics (figure drawing group), Erector Square, New Haven, Brush & Palette Club (portrait painting group), John Slade Ely House, New Haven, New Haven Paint & Clay Club, Connecticut Watercolor Society, Cheshire Art League, Hamden Art League and Guilford Art League.

Liz enjoys the simplicity and directness of free hand drawing in pencil but also works in charcoal, colored pencil, pastel, watercolor and acrylics. She is inspired by natural and found objects, which find their way into her still life paintings. In recent years she has focused more on portraits and figures, but landscapes also interest her, especially rock formations, trees and shadows. Her work can be detailed and precise or loose and energetic.

A former Cheshire resident, she now lives in Bethany with her husband and 2 sons.
She can be reached at or at 203 393-3187.

 Sept 3rd........ Liz Scott

 Oct. 1st........ Johanne Beerbaum

Nov.5th ........Tom Mayer

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The Cheshire Art League is dedicated to individual & community awareness of the Arts, and how they reflect and affect.


 Monthly meetings are being held the 1st Wednesday of the month

7:00 - 8:30pm

Cheshire Public Library

104 Main Street

Cheshire, CT 06410


Welcome to our site.

  The Cheshire Art League was organized in 1959.

  We encourage "art appreciation" through demonstrations in painting, drawing techniques and the  use of different media. The Art League is dedicated to individual and community awareness of the Arts and how they reflect and affect our culture. The Art League also provides information regarding the business side of being an artist. We provide a meeting place to encourage camaraderie, and and the possibility of earnings through sales of members' art.

It's a great way to meet artists from other communities and often initiate new friendships based on a common interest.

The Art League is an indicator to verify to members they are serious artists.

Meetings are free an open to the public


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