Elizabeth Rundquist has been a painter for over forty years. She trained at the Art Student’s League of New York, studying with Leo Manso, Robert Beverly Hale & Marshall Glasier. At Brooklyn College she studied with Lee Bontecue & Lennart Anderson. At the Art Center of Northern New Jersey she studied with Edla Cusick and Joe Terrone. She is an artist and an art psychotherapist. She is married, is the mother of four children, & the grandmother of eight.
Degrees, Certificates & Recognition
Masters of Art (Art Therapy), New York University
City University of New York, Brooklyn College, Bachelor of Science_Magna cum Laude, Art History/Studio Art
International Institute of Psychotherapy, Certificate, Core Program
International Institute of Psychotherapy, Certificate, Fellow
Who’s Who in American Women, 2007”
Juried Membership into Art Organization
NAWA_National Association of Women Artists, 2014
(Juried Membership based on Submitted Art Work; recognized for Professional Level of body of work)
On November 13, 2014, continuing 125 years of celebrating women artists, Elizabeth Rundquist was inducted (along with this year's other juried new members) into the National Association of Women Artists. Please click here to read more about the welcome and presentation of them to the public.
Merit Scholarship, Art Student’s League
Talent and Need Scholarship, Art Student’s League
Airlie Sinaiko Scholarship, Provincetown Art Association
Judith Rothschild Scholarship, Provincetown art Association
Scholarship, Vermont Studio School
Graduate Scholarship for the Arts, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Clinical Supervision e-book, International Institute for Psychotherapy,
contributing author, Jill Savedge Scharff, MD, editor