About the Author/Artist
“You are the only reason I write, create art, and maintain this website.
I love what I do, and I love doing it for you.” —E.S. Abramson
Cleveland Heights High School Hall of Fame and the first woman to become a state artist of Texas, the only state in the nation to have a state artist.
Thursday’s Child took first prize in the Pat De Clue Short Story Competition. First prize in the National League Of American Pen Women’s short story competition. Semi-finalist in the 11th Network Writers’ Competition. Semi-finalist in the Writer’s League of Texas Fellowship Contest.
Written up in the National League Of American Pen Women’s The Pen Woman, SCBWI-NM eLERT, and the St. Louis Writer’s Guild’s Here’s News!.
Patsy R. Murray, CRM, Barnes & Noble, wrote about Daughter of Spies, “Who is this woman and where did she come from? Which birth certificate contains the true information? Lots of questions require answers, and I am hooked.” Finalist in the 11th Writers’ Network Competition. Promoted by the St. Louis Writers’ Guild and retained in their archives. Excerpts read at Barnes & Noble and the St. Louis Book Festival.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram feature article A highly praised appraiser praised Elaine Abramson’s appraisal and artistic skills.
Elaine Abramson was the first person to intern at the Appraisers Association of America. She wrote appraisal and art columns for their newsletter The Appraiser as well as for the Graphic Artists Guild’s GAG Art Forum and National League of American Pen Women’s NLAPW Forum.
Ms. Abramson is a Juried member of the Best Of Missouri Hands. She is also a Juried member of the Greater St. Louis Artists Association. She is a former Graphic Artists Guild board member and newsletter editor. Ms. Abramson is the president of the Missouri State Association of the National League Of American Pen Women.
Elaine Sandra Abramson is a former elementary art school teacher and has worked with Viacom Entertainment.
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