Wife of Joseph H. Sulkowski.
Elizabeth Brandon is a painter in the Poetic Realist tradition. Her subjects range from florals to figures, and from still life to landscapes. Elizabeth’s style is based on the principles of light and atmosphere as inspired by the paintings of the 17th century Dutch, Flemish and Spanish Masters.
Background and Work
After graduating from the University of Georgia, Brandon spent years studying drawing and oil painting under Frank Mason at the Art Students League of New York, where she and Joseph Sulkowski met.
She has shown her work for over three decades in galleries across the United States and has won numerous awards. She painted the cover art for Cooks Illustrated from 2000-2007 and has had four of her floral works featured on U.S. Postal Service “Flowers From the Garden” stamps in 2017. An avid yoga practitioner for over 20 years, Elizabeth Brandon has recently begun focusing her artwork on the spiritual and healing aspects of the yogic tradition.