Maryalice Eizenberg is an award-winning artist, raised surrounded by a family of musicians supportive of her interest in the visual arts. She has been drawing and painting all of her life. She completed coursework at the Worcester and Springﬁeld Fine Arts museums, earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree at Clark University, and studied with painters John Cosby, Donald Demers, Kim English,Daniel Keys, Gregg Kreutz, Joseph Paquet, and Charles Sovek. Dramatic patterns of light and color are what attract her most to a subject. It is her emotional response to these elements that she strives to share with the viewer.
Eizenberg has been featured in Cape Cod Life and Chatham magazines and "The Creative Spirit, Art in Chatham's Old Village.” Her work also appears in Contemporary Cape Cod Artists: People and Places by Deborah Forman.
She teaches at the Creative Arts Center in Chatham, and is a member of Oil Painters of America, and Twenty One in Truro. Her work has been shown in museums on and oﬀ the Cape. Her work is held in private collections in the United States, Europe and Japan.
Realism that excites has a foundation in abstraction of design. A pattern of light that makes form, saturates color and creates mood holds it together and tells a story. It is the story that is the bond between the artist and the audience.