Connecticut artist Elizabeth Sennett is equally adept in executing an oil painting or a watercolor. For forty years she has been painting her world; her flower gardens, the New England landscape, still lifes, and the people she knows.
Elizabeth is one of the founders of the East Hampton Art Association and continues to be very active in the Association, primarily as program chairperson. She has been teaching painting for over 30 years in East Hampton and Middletown, Connecticut. She currently teaches approximately 25 students per week for a fall and spring semester.
She is a member of the Arts and Culture Commission of East Hampton. Elizabeth attended the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts and the Connecticut School of Fine Art. She has also taken painting workshops with Betty Lou Schlemm, Michael Stoffa, Ferdinand Petrie, T.M. Nicholas, Mike Graves, T.A. Charron, Carleton Plummer, Carol Reeves, Tom Nicholas, Foster Caddell etc.
Elizabeth Sennett has displayed her paintings in many one woman shows. She received the Esther Fay Award in the Connecticut Watercolor Show at the New Britain Museum of Art. Her paintings are in many public and private collections. They have been purchased by Connecticut Bank & Trust, Jefferson Federal Savings, City Savings, Manchester Savings Bank, Manchester Community College and Northeast Utilities.
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