Elizabeth Trubia has lived in Hull most of her life, having summered here with her parents and extended family from childhood. After WW2 her parents purchased a home here and Hull became her permanent home. She has always been interested in making art, encouraged by art teachers through the years.
While attending Bridgewater State College, Elizabeth enrolled in as many art courses as possible, taking courses in art history, architecture, appreciation and modern art. She has always been interested in how art influences and reflects our lives.
Working as a library aide at the Hull Public library for 12 years, she and her husband raised four sons. After earning her BS degree and MA in Ed., she was a school librarian for the Hingham Public Schools, teaching high-schoolers how to create research papers and use the resources in the library.
Twenty-two and one half years quickly passed and during this period she studied watercolor painting techniques from artist, Ron Brake of Abington. Combining an art and architectural background with her watercolor techniques has enabled Elizabeth to produce her paintings.
Elizabeth has been fortunate to win many awards for her work. The area art associations she has enjoyed belonging to are: Hull Artists Studio Connection, North River Art Society, Weymouth Art Association and Quincy Art Association. Her large family and art remain the main passions in her life.
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