Warm, bright, and girly Elizabeth Raab is not a spoiled princess enamored with the idea of riding on the back of someone else’s bike. Her passion is the same that has caused the creation of countless man caves. Raab's images are simple and complicated, precise and unwieldy, grimy and pristine. Paradoxical by nature, they contain a sensuality that allows both human and inanimate subjects to blur the boundaries between still life and portraiture. Realism and objectivity yield to uniquely vivid color palettes combined with a detached sense of forlorn beauty and intriguing silence that permeate her scenes. Raab has been featured in exhibitions and publications across the US and Europe, hails from the Pacific Northwest and now resides in New York with her husband and two children.
New York, NY