Elizabeth McMahon is an artist whose love of color and happenstance has inspired her work from painting to songwriting, puppetry to collage. She began her studies at Parsons School of Design in Fashion and transferred to Painting at Syracuse University. Soon after in the '80s she joined the Adam Gimble Gallery in NYC where she thrived. When raising a family, she shifted her focus to songwriting and puppetry, winning a Parent Choice Award for her recording "'Waltzing with Fireflies". As a performer the essence of her art form centered on communicating her love of nature and folk tales. The importance of improvisation and spontaneity were front and center. Now, back in the fine arts, this love continues. From her gigantic cakes of the '80s to her Tea Party Shuffle Dance Song to the latest Bricolage “A Spoon and a Fork, from Picnic to Paradise” Elizabeth embraces the moment and translates her life into art.