Thursday, December 4, 2014

Genadendal Locals

So long since the last blog ... time just seems to run away.
Just thought I'd break the ice and post this painting of two Genadendal locals chatting on a (broken) bench.  I also did a separate little painting of the older fellow.
And then let's see how I go keeping this up again.


hmuxo said...

Oh Liz...I have missed your work!
I hope you don't stay away so long next This is an amazing painting of these two gentlemen!! One seems to wonder what they're talking about. and the portrait is so well done!
Glad you're back!!!

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Its soo good to hear from you and to be able to see your new art work!
Its fantastic!

Maree Clarkson said...

Welcome back Liz and my sentiments exactly, that you won't stay away so long again! This painting is exquisite and I hope you sell lots at your exhibitions!

Art with Liz said...

Thank you Hilda, Tweedles and Maree. I really will try and stay in touch via blogger, but I sometimes feel swamped by all the internet noise around me! I still haven't learnt to use Facebook properly, Twitter I don't touch, and now there's Pintrest. And soooo many people want to connect with me via Linkdin! I would rather be painting.

Sharon Wright said...

You don't post often but I still had catching up to do! ! Love those bell jars, brilliantly painted. Your portraits are amazing, you do capture the essence of character, which is what it is all about!

MARTY said...

you amaze mi Liz with this painting !
really gorgeous !
hope you will show more of your work !
happy weekend

padmaja said...

Have missed your works Liz, Love the portrait, I can read him!
The conversation going on is well caught too!

Sue Pownall said...

These are lovely Liz.

Thanks for visiting my blog.

martinealison said...

Bonjour chère amie,

Je me réjouis d'apprendre que vous allez séjourner en France l'an prochain. J'espère que nous aurons alors l'occasion de nous rencontrer. Ce serait vraiment formidable.

L'oeuvre que vous nous dévoilez est remplie de quiétude.
J'aime le beau travail dans les plis des vêtements... Vos couleurs sont très harmonieuses.

Gros bisous ♡

Elizabeth Anderson said...

Thanks for your encouragement Liz! I need some to keep going sometimes. I've recently joined a local art collective hoping to create some synergy.

I stop in on your blog from time to time and it's good to see you again. It sounded like you were very busy which is good!

Hope all is well on your side of the world.

Michael Scofield said...

this is' an amazing 'article . i wish you're fun with my comment,maybe this blog will be a big blog someday i hope.thank you .

Shelley Whiting said...

There's a beautiful snapshot of the ordinary that seems extraordinary. A tender and touching work.