Elizabeth Mordensky is a contemporary nature artist, focusing her work on capturing the world around her. She paints mainly wildlife and landscapes, with the objective of exposing people to the wonder of our natural world. She hopes to inspire actions of conservation for our public lands and natural resources. Her main medium is finger painting with oils. She also paints in acrylics and watercolors.
Art Focus Fine Art Gallery and Frame Shop, Hamilton Montana
Going to the Sun Gallery, Whitefish Montana
Education & Professional Development
Artist Incubator Program with Miriam Schulman 2020-2021
Studied Under A Lorie Kagle, 2001-2005
Drawing and Painting Coursework at the University of Virginia, 2006-2007
Books and Publications
Author and Illustrator: Mordensky, Elizabeth. Can I Spend the Winter with You?, CreateSpace. 2017. Print.
Article Illustration: Lee, Barbara “Flora 🙴 Fauna” Yellowstone Quarterly, September 2017: pg 18. Print.
Illustrator: Anderson, Deanna. Kikir of the Walking Trees, Cook My Way, 2016 C. Print.
Article Illustration: Lee, Barbara “Creatures Large 🙴 Small: White Weasels and Black-Tipped Tails” Yellowstone Quarterly September 2014: pg 9. Print
Cover and Chapter Head Illustrations: Cline, Jerre, Three Stories for Francis. Xlibris Corporation, 2013,
Wild Excellence Films (2022), Film Project “Golden Eagles: Witnesses to a Changing West”- Creation of art for eagle conservation film project and donating a piece for an auction at the film screening in Jackson, Wyoming
University of Canterbury Department of Geology, Christchurch New Zealand, Kennedy, Ben, Davidson, Jonathan- Creation of art for educational game: Magma Drillers Save Planet Earth, supported by the American Geophysical Union and featured publication in EOS: Earth and Science News Sep 2019, Vol 100, pg 26-31
University of Canterbury Department of Geology, Christchurch New Zealand, Adamsky, Rachel Hikuroa, Daniel: Art created for an Educational Outreach Video describing the geology and cultural history of Whakaari, (White Island) New Zealand.
Art Director for “The Trailside Tales” Podcast with Stanley Mordensky
Best of the Northwest Art Show, Seattle Washington Nov 2022
Bend Fall Festival Oct 2022
Above the Clouds Group Show, June-Sept 2022, National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, Wy
Bend Summer Festival July 2022
Square Foot Show, Feb 2022- Online Exhibition
Holiday Miniatures Show 2021-2022 at ArtFocus Gallery, Hamilton MT
Group show "Urban Wildlife: Learning to Co-Exist" 2020-2021 at the National Museum of Wildlife Art Jackson, Wy
2017 Group Show: Sweet Pea Art Show, 2017 at The Emerson Center for the Arts, Bozeman MT
Group Show: Maryland Christmas Show, Frederick MD 2017
Group Show: Sweet Pea Art Show, 2014 at The Emerson Center for the Arts, Bozeman MT
2022 Featured Artist first Thursdays solo show at Going to the Sun Gallery
2021-2022: National Buffalo Museum- Three bison pieces on display
2021: Solo Show, Untamed; Big Sky Country- ArtFocus Gallery Hamilton MT
2020 Solo Exhibition, Wild Joe’s, Bozeman MT
2018-2019: Group Exhibition: Crisp Cafe and Gifts, Christchurch, New Zealand
2012-2013: Group Exhibition, 2012-13 Hive Gallery, Livingston, MT
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Elizabeth Mordensky is a contemporary wildlife artist with a passion for connecting people to nature. Her unique process of finger painting with oils gives her pieces both movement and texture. But don't take our word for it, check it out yourself!