Liz was born and raised on a farm near Warburg, Alberta. She attended Warburg High School which is where her art projects were first on display throughout her tenure. Liz grew up in a large Hungarian family with nine brothers and sisters which made it challenging for her to pursue her dream of hairdressing and being an artist. Throughout the years, she was always crafting and working on little artsy projects as a fun hobby. At the age of 40, Liz fulfilled her lifelong dream and went to Estelles Beauty School where she became a licensed hairdresser and had her own shop (Leduc Hair Trends).
After retiring in 2004, she moved onto her next endeavour of painting. Liz started with the Leduc Art Club (Jim McIntyre) doing acrylics and doing weekly oils at Pros Art with Gene Prokop. Her experiences have come from various classes, workshops and numerous hours in front of the canvas. She was fortunate to go to New York with her class to see all the museums and art which inspired her with the goal of being able to display her art in various galleries. Liz has since been able to showcase her art at the Alberta Counsel of Ukrainian Arts, Ukrainian Village, Leduc Art Club in the Rec Centre, Leduc Hospital, Whyte Avenue Art Walk, and Black Gold Rodeo to name a few. It no longer a dream for Liz but her passion.