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Elizabeth explores the world around her through her lens. As an undergraduate student at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, she learned to look at human impact on the world. Then she turned to looking at the natural world, and has been especially interested in the subtilties of the seasons of Florida where she now lives.
In 2007, Elizabeth was appointed the director of the Panama Canal Museum in Seminole, FL, which offered her the opportunity to travel to Panama and other Latin American countries. Her interest in indigineous people of the Americas has lead her on some interesting journeys.
In search of more information about Florida's precolumbian for a series of paintings she was creating, Elizabeth was introduced to Hermann Trappman. Three years later, in 1993, they married. They share a love of learning about the life ways of Florida's native people. Together they offer educational programs about the culture of of Florida's earliest people, the native plants and wildlife that sustained them.