Elise Weinrich Geary

Fine Art Paintings

About The Artist




Elise Weinrich Geary grew up in Michigan and took classes at Cranbrook Academy of Art prior to attending Bennington College. Her initial focus on a career in art changed to science, leading to medical school at Medical University of South Carolina and a Dermatology residency at Duke Medical University. She opened a private practice in Durham, NC in 1982.


altIn 1993, Elise renewed her interest in art and began showing and selling her watercolors in various galleries in North Carolina until retiring from her full-time medical practice to move to Vero Beach, Florida in 2010.  


Elise furthered her art education through study with nationally known artists Linda Daly Baker, Deborah Gooch, Marianne Mitchell and Timothy Sanchez. She has also completed post-graduate work with a 1-year Art Mastery Immersion Program. This has allowed her to move into a deeper realm of artistic expression through abstraction, creating paintings inspired by the connection between human spirit and nature.  Her background in science has evolved into a respect for the mystical and unexplainable...and an exploration via her paintings into the unknown.


Notable exhibitions and awards include the 2018 "Best of The Best" exhibit at the Backus Art Museum, the December 2017 Vero Beach Art Trail, 2017 oil award winner at Vero Beach Artist Guild Gallery, panelist at the 2017 Vero Beach Cultural Council "Leading Ladies in the Art" forum, 2016 Artist of the Month at Vero Beach Artist Guild Gallery (solo show), 2015 acrylic award winner at Vero Beach Art Club's Art By The Sea as well as various studio Tours including 2014 Vero Beach Art Trail and 2016 Sebastian Art Studio Tour.

She will be the featured solo artist at The Center For Spiritual Care in February 2020


"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious.  It is the source of all true art and all science.    He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause and wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed."      -Albert Einstein