Growing upon a ranch in northern California, ranching and horses were an integral part of Elizabeth Sage’s early years. When she was not riding one, she was drawing or painting them. At the age of 16, she began presenting her first oil works at the Quarter Horse High-Point award ceremonies. Her works later appeared in galleries and were also showcased in newly built model homes.
After spending 20+ years working as a graphic artist, both independently and as a Senior Graphic Designer for Texas Instruments, Elizabeth decided to devote herself to her dream of being a full time artist. Her works are primarily Western themed in either oil paint or pencil graphite.
While many of her works have been shown in galleries and events, until now she has focused on commissions, with many of her pieces contained in private and corporate collections throughout the world. Her work is considered to be highly detailed, accurate and very moving to those who experience her works.
She now splits her time between Tucson and Twin Lakes, Colorado. Having a foot in both states gives her numerous sources of inspiration for her ever-evolving artistic style.
Lost and Found
Oil on Board
30" x 24"
Oil on Board
20" x 24"
She Wears Pearls
20" x 23"