Elizabeth Geisler is a California painter with a background in printmaking, photography, music, and film. While still in high school she was awarded a life drawing scholarship to the Otis College of Art and Design. In college she studied both visual arts and mass communications, graduating with a B.A. from UCLA. She continued her art studies at the San Francisco Art Institute, Barnsdall Art College, and the City College of San Francisco.
Before returning to work full time as a painter, Geisler had a varied career in the entertainment industry and the corporate world. In Los Angeles, she worked in production at Entertainment Tonight, as a writer and editor for American Film magazine, and in the Story Development Department at the William Morris agency. Geisler then moved to San Francisco for a career in investor relations and corporate communications, using her writing and visual arts skills to market companies to investors and the general public.
Geisler’s current work includes her “Twilight” series of cityscapes, as well as portraits and abstract paintings. She lives just a few miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge, with her husband and two young sons.