Artist Betsy (Elizabeth) Krebs received her formal education in Art from the College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY where she received an M.S. in Art Education and minored in painting. As with many artists, however, long before the diploma -- art was always a part of Betsy's life. Her work has been featured in many solo exhibitions, and in group exhibitions throughout the North Country. Betsy's first solo exhibition was in 1990 at the Lake George Arts Project in Lake George, NY. Solo exhibitions followed at the Albany Boys Academy in Albany, NY; the College of Saint Rose (master show) in Albany, NY; the Gibson Gallery in Potsdam College, Potsdam, NY; the Cool Beans Cafe Gallery in Queensbury NY; Valley Artisans Gallery in Cambridge, NY; The Hyde Museum in Glens Falls, NY; the Saratoga Arts Center, Saratoga, NY; Adirondack Community College, Queensbury, The Lake placid Center for the Arts and the L.A.R.A.C. Arts Gallery in Glens Falls, NY.
Recently, Betsy's work was displayed in a group exhibition held at The Hyde Collection Museum in Glens Falls, NY and The Open Space Gallery in Saratoga Springs, NY. Before that, group exhibitions included the L.A.R.A.C. Grant Recipients Show in Glens Falls, NY; the Adirondack Community College permanent collection and the Guild of Adirondack Artists show in Queensbury, NY; the Lake George Arts Project Juried Drawing Exhibition in Lake George, NY; the Urban Cultural Park's Open Space Invitational in Saratoga Springs, NY; The Hyde Museum's "Putt Modernism" invitational fundraiser in Glens Falls, NY; Lake Placid Art Center and many other galleries and colleges throughout the Adirondack and upstate New York areas.