Elizabeth Zelasko works as a full time commissioned artist creating sacred and fine art for Catholic publishers, institutions, Churches, and private collectors. She speaks on the material process and theological aspects of writing a traditional icon, as well as the importance of sacred art in the home, and the history of art in the Catholic Church. Her work has been featured on EWTN, FORMED, the National Catholic Register, Denver Catholic, and in the Denver Art Museum.  
After studying fine art at The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, Elizabeth attended the Prosopon School of Iconology where she learned traditional Orthodox iconography. She moved to Denver to finish her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, graduating as valedictorian of her class.

“As an artist I believe it is of the utmost importance to deliver my very best - the highest quality of work and materials, and passion in everything I complete. I do this work to add beauty to the Church and to peoples’ homes, and to elevate our minds to things above. I pray my work inspires your prayer time, cultivates silence in your heart, and enriches your homes and churches.”

Elizabeth Zelasko