|Distinctive Art for Discriminating Taste
|Collect with Complete Confidence
|I, Elizabeth "Betty"Asche Douglas, personally create, design and produce the art
works offered on the Douglas Art Gallery website. I use exacting standards and hold to
affordable pricing for your personal collection. Though many are multiples, they are not
kept in stock, but made specifically to your order. I want my art to make a connection
with you and to maintain it through the years. Click on the images below to go to their
|Unique Art Works in a Variety of Media
|If you like art, you are likely to find something in Douglas Art Gallery that will
appeal to you. You'll find distinctive original paintings, drawings, and mixed media
works in two and three dimensions that are worthy of your consideration for purchase.
Click on the All Works link to see images of pieces in the Online Catalog and/or e-mail
us for a print catalog. If you have seen one of my pieces in exhibition that is not
currently shown online, please inquire by Email to email@example.com
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|Art Note Cards with blank interiors
|Note cards with blank interiors and cover images of art by Elizabeth Asche Douglas
of any work in the Online Catalog are available. To order, go to the "All Online
Works" screen, and click on the "Add to Cart" button for "Deluxe" Art Notes. Be
sure to select the title/s of the image you want from the drop down menu.
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She launched her career with a BFA in painting & design from Carnegie Institute of
Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University), more than a half century ago with a
prize-winning entry in the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh's 42nd annual at the Carnegie
Museum of Art. She earned a Master's degree in art history at the University of
Pittsburgh and did additional study at the University of Pennsylvania. She works in a
variety of art forms, media and styles.
To see a record of exhibitions and awards, see the Resume page. For current activities,
see the Events screen. Asche Douglas's artistic resume includes awards distinctions,
solo exhibitions and inclusion in invitational and juried exhibitions throughout the U.S.
Her professional career is archived in the National Museum of Women in the Arts,
Washington, D.C. Her biography is referenced in the 2014 edition of Who's Who in
America, Who's Who in the World, Who's Who Among African Americans, Who's Who in
the East; the National Registry of Who's Who; the International Directory of Women in the
Arts; Outstanding Educators of American; The International Biographical Centre,
Cambridge, U.K.; Outstanding Achievers of the 21st Century. Her work is included in
public and private collections throughout the U.S. and abroad, as well as represented in
several major slide registries around the country.
As Betty Douglas, she performs as a musician and lecturer/ performer. Artistry in
Song is the name used for this aspect of her work. She has been in the Beaver Valley
Musicians' Hall of Fame since 2003. Look for her on YouTube and the Pittsburgh Jazz
Network. On 23 January 2014, she and her band Betty Douglas & Friends played the
Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center, Midland PA, as part of its Jazz in the Box series. The
band and her art were also featured in the First Annual Homestead Jazz, Blues & Arts
Festival Honoring Maxine Sullivan in September 2014. On 12 September the band and her
art were featured at the opening of the Mavuno Festival at Sweetwater Center for the
Arts, Sewickley, PA, during the annual Fall Gallery Walk, and a week later opened
ZanaFest 2014 Jazz Night at the Venue at Harmony Ridge, Ambridge, PA.
|This portrait of Nelson
"Madiba/Tata" is currently
on display in the "Connected
at the Roots" exhibition at
Sweetwater Center for the
Arts, Sewickley, PA. along
with two other Douglas
portraits of of illustrious
persons, Maya Angelou and
Ruby Dee. This image is
available as as Art Collector
Card (ACC) or Framed
MiniPic from the menu
Elizabeth (Betty) Asche Douglas is owner and principal artist of Douglas Art
Gallery. Nine art books/catalogs have published images/ articles about her work since
2005. The America Jewish Museum's catalog of the "Legacy of a Painter" exhibition (2011)
included her work, as did "Common Ground," the catalog of the 2011-2012 exhibition at the
August Wilson Center in Pittsburgh, PA. Other 2012 shows included "Confluence: The Next
Merrick Masters" a regional exhbition at the Merrick Art Gallery, New Brighton, PA, the
International Small Works Invitational at the New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA. In 2014
Sweetwater Art Center, Sewickley PA included her work in "Wild Things," and the African
American Museum, Dallas showed her work at its Annual Gala. She also participated in a
3-artist show at the Venue at Harmony Ridge, Ambridge, PA in August & September, 2013.
She was the featured artist in the Midland Arts Council's 2014 Summer Gallery Exhibition at
Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center, Midland PA, and was included in the Westmoreland
National Heritage exhibition in June, 2014.