"I love to work with bright colors, and shiny objects - literally and metaphorically speaking, involving topics that often have a darker subtext. This is true whether I am making a painting, a photo compilation, or a sculpture. The goal of my art is to awaken subconscious minds, and to ignite conversation."
Elizabeth Laul Healey is an established artist who's art has been featured in galleries, art fairs, and shows across the United States and Mexico. Her art has been collected from people in the US, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. Some of her collectors include 20th Century Fox, founding members of MOCA Los Angeles, sports figures and celebrities alike.
Elizabeth grew up in the small artist town of Laguna Beach, California where there were over 100 art galleries and art studios. Elizabeth's high school alma mater were known as "The Artists". Although Elizabeth worked in an array of different fields throughout her life, she says "it's no surprise I ended up being a full time artist".
Before becoming an artist, Elizabeth sold seminars for Tony Robbins, worked as a wholesale mortgage broker, and even had a brief acting career in Hollywood. She worked as an art director and operations manager at a luxury magazine. Elizabeth has also authored multiple coffee table books that have been sold in locations such as Barnes & Noble and Costco.
Elizabeth now resides in North Carolina. Here she opened an art studio called Iconostar Art, located in historic downtown Wilson. The studio is adjacent to the multi-million dollar Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park and Museum.