Lizza Studios has evolved into the destination of choice for reproducing fine art to a standard of quality that is unmatched. An artist at heart, Bob Lizza has kept in step with every advance in scanning and printing technology — embracing it and applying it to create reproductions that are difficult to distinguish from the original and each other. Our understanding of color management and lighting exposure produce the optimal blend of clarity, color, texture and depth. Our capabilities include all media and extend to large-format scans and prints on artist paper, canvas or a growing family of commercial applications. At Lizza Studios, your image is our image, and we never compromise its quality.
Fine Artist, Master Technologist
Drawing and painting came naturally to Bob Lizza, founder and president of Lizza Studios. A fine art and marketing major in college, Bob entered the world of graphic design and witnessed the birth of technology in his field. Embracing the tools that many artists considered a threat, Bob taught himself to use desktop publishers, scanners and an expanding array of software — and discover new ways to improve reproduction and save money in the process. Since those days, Bob has stayed on the vanguard of digital imaging technology, investing in the most advanced scanners and printers, while fine-tuning their light dispersion and color management capabilities. It takes an artist to know what artists demand. It takes Lizza Studios to capture the depth of every brush stroke and reproduce it precisely and consistently.
BETSY KELLY GREEN
Manager, Customer Liaison
Betsy was brought on board in 2003 to help manage and evolve the business during Lizza Studios expansion to a larger facility. Betsy has been curator of over forty fine art exhibits and events at the Lizza Studios Gallery, which have included local, national and international artists. As manager of Lizza Studios, she is a dynamic and resourceful person with a great love and knowledge of art and photography. Betsy is the main liaison between Bob and his clients. She has also been instrumental in helping to build Lizza Studios reputation for excellence in the fine art reproduction industry.
Perfect Venue, Ideal Location
When Lizza Studios relocated from a rural setting to a converted warehouse near Wilkes-Barre, the stars aligned in perfect harmony. Lizza’s 3,000 square-foot studio is surrounded by a restaurant, salon, yoga studio, fitness center and other enterprises — with an artistic décor that defies description — making the 900 Rutter complex a destination of choice for locals and a fascinating diversion for Lizza’s customers. With Bob streamlining many of his scanning and printing processes, visitors from the New York and Philadelphia metropolitan areas now make this a thoroughly satisfying one-stop experience.