Betty Holliday

Elizabeth Gertrude Holliday (23 May 1925—3 April 2011), known professionally as Betty Holliday and Betty Holliday Deckoff, was an American visual player and educator who was active on Long Island, New York, and in New York City. Her most well-known works are large symbolic paintings and drawings. Her in front paintings were dominated by color, as she was trained as soon as Abstract Expressionism was the dominant American art movement; later she became avid in photography and, as a result, experimented in "decolorizing" her paintings and drawings.

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