... is a contemporary impressionistic painter.  Her artwork is a blend of impressionism and realism.  "My Caribbean origins tend to show in my paintings especially when I work with indigenous compositions".  Another form of art which she works with is the creation of Retablos.  "As a native Puerto Rican I enjoy expressing my honest interpretation of the unique traditional folk art of Santeros (saint-makers) by creating Retablos (religious folk art paintings on wood and tin)".
Solo Exhibitions:
2014  "Summer's End", Liriodendrom Foundation, Bel Air, MD
2012  "Upper Bay", The Maritime Museum, Havre de Grace, MD
2011  "Visual Manifesto", Legends Vineyard, Churchville, MD
2007 "Aquarella", Chesapeake City, MD
2004 "Ports of Call", Chesapeake City Town Hall Gallery, MD
2003 "Spirit and Vision", Northeast Art Center, MD
2003 "Paintings of Arango-Howshall, Pocono Cinema & Gallery, E. Stroudsburg, PA
2000 "Culturas", Madelon Powers Gallery, East Stroudsburg University, PA
1996 "Images", The Green Cafe Gallery, Bethlehem, PA
1995 "Generations", Madelon Powers Gallery, East Stroudsburg University, PA
Liz Arango-Howshall
Arango-Howshall currently resides and works in Maryland.  She has been exhibiting her work since 1993 throughout Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico and Maryland.  Her work is collected privately throughout the United States and the Caribbean.  She offers art lessons and workshop for adults and children at The Art Rooms Professional Art Supplies, 116 N. Washington St., Havre de Grace, Maryland.


She creates unique and original contemporary paintings in oils,acrylics, mixed media, ink,watercolors and pastels.  She works with a variety of supports (canvas, paper, tin and wood) as well as a various subject matter.  "The world is the inspiration for my art...my ideas flow from the beauty of nature and diverse cultures".

Selected Group Shows:
-- Puerto Rican Artists, Galeria Gotay, San Juan, PR
-- Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works, Kutztown, PA
-- Studio 432, The 2006 Annual Artists' Open Studio Tour
-- State of Maryland, Department of Natural Resources, Wye Oak Artists' Project Traveling Exhibit
-- Cecil County Arts Council 12th Annual Juried Exhibition, Elkton, MD
-- Making An Entrance Art Project:  "Opening Doors to the Future", Columbia Festival of Arts, MD
-- Maryland Federation of Art Juried Group Art Show, Annapolis Maritime Museum:  "Either Fish or Fowl"
Lectures and Presentations:
2000:   "The Art of Acrylic Painting" presentation to the Pocono Art Group, PA
2008:     "PanPastels", demonstration at The Art Rooms, Havre de Grace, MD.
2008:  "New Open Golden Acrylics" demonstration at The Art Rooms, MD.
1995   The Pocono Post, "Exhibition spans two lifetimes", by Shawn Hessinger.
1999   Published work includes recorded CD cover for "Angel Eyes".
2000   The Stroud Courier, Arts & Entertaiment, National Hispanic Heritage Awareness Month, by Lori Palmer.
2003   Artwork featured for December on the ArtQuest 2003 calendar.

Upcoming Exhibits/Shows:
About The Maryland's Wye Oak Artists Project:

During May of 2004 Maryland Artists were invited to enter into agreement with the State of Maryland, Department of Natural Resources, to salvage pieces of wood from Maryland's Wye
Oak tree.
Published Work:
Memberships:
 
Cecil County Arts Council, Elkton, MD
www.cecilcountyartscouncil.org
              
National Art Materials Trade Association
 www.namta.org

Carroll County Arts Council, Westminster, MD
 www.Carr.org/arts
                   

For more information or for artwork pricing, please contact us at:
The Cecil County Women's Republican Club purchased one of my art pieces created on the
Maryland Wye Oak and I had the great pleasure to personally present it to the Honorable
Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., Governor of Maryland on Friday, June 23, 2006.  As an artist I must say
that this event, and having one of my creations presented to the Governor, was very special
for me, and is a great honor.  I want to thank author, Chan Cosans and visual artist,
Kris Crable for their support.  
Visual artist Liz Arango Howshall of Havre de Grace, presenting her artwork on Maryland's Wye Oak to The Honorable Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., Governor of Maryland, at the Wellwood, in Charlestown.
June 1, to June 30, 2017:  Check out a Sampling of Liz Arango-Howshall's Artwork at Barnes & Noble,
Tollgate Marketplace, 620 Marketplace Drive, Bel Air, MD 21014.  410-638-7023
                             
Art work, Prints & Note cards by Liz Arango-Howshall can be purchased at:

  • RiverView Gallery, 224 N. Washington St., 410-939-6401
  • The Art Rooms Professional Art Supplies, 116 N. Washington St., 410-939-6424
  • The Art Rooms Shop on Etsy:  https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheArtRooms

 

"I was one of many individuals who traveled to the birthplace of the Wye Oak in Wye Mills State Park to salvage a branch of the Wye Oak.  As a painter I felt compelled to commemorate this great giant that had become Maryland's symbol by painting unique eastern shore landscapes without destroying the integrity of the branch.  I created a total of eight paintings (see samples of two of the eight paintings done on the Wye Oak below)".