Moapa Valley Art Guild

PO Box 2249
Overton Nevada 89040
(702) 397-6444

Elizabeth Trombley

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Elizabeth (Betty) Trombley is a recent transplant to the Moapa Valley from Glens Falls, New York, a community surrounded by the beautiful Adirondack Mountains. She moved to Overton, NV in 2005 to be close to her children. Although the green has left her landscape, she is again surrounded by beautiful mountains from which to draw inspiration for her artwork. But it is the people who inspire her the most. Betty has always studied faces, finding each unique and beautiful in its own way. In combination with desert backgrounds, she has incorporated many of those new valley faces in her art.

While living in Glens Falls, she served as President of North Country Art Center for four years and Vice President for two years. She was also a member of LARAC (Lower Adirondack Regional Art Council). She studied extensively at the Hyde Museum at an early age and continued her studies with area artists throughout her career as a medical product and tool designer.

Betty’s love of the arts followed her to Overton and in 2006 she joined the Moapa Valley Art Guild. She has just recently begun to paint again in both watercolors and oils. Also, she loves the art of clay modeling and recently taught a class sponsored by MVAG. She has also been inspired to write two novels which await publication, as well as a storybook about growing up during the great depression, which she has written to pass on to her family.