Monday, February 1, 2010

Number 3, WIP

 3rd in Triptych (working title), acrylic/printmaking, 6 x 18
Elizabeth W. Seaver
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 To continue the theme of warmer weather climes in the face of winter's onslaught, here is the third in my series of small beach umbrella paintings.  I also bought some 18 x 36 inch canvases which will be their own series of umbrellas on a larger scale.

Short post today.  The day got away from me, and it's time to eat and go to a meeting.

Thanks for landing for a moment from the blogosphere to make a comment.

12 comments:

Saundra Lane Galloway said...

Oh Elizabeth...this made me so happy!!

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Thank you, Saundra!

Incognito said...

Is that the swirly ocean I see rushing in to shore? Stunning.

RHCarpenter said...

This one has such whimsey, you can't help but smile when you see it :)

Mary Anne Cary said...

I enjoyed touring your sight, upbeat and interesting!
Love your colorful umbrellas.

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Thanks, Incognito. I'm so glad you like it.

Hi, Rhonda. Thanks, that's what I hope will happen when someone sees my work, smile or giggle.

I'm so glad you stopped by, Mary. Thanks for leaving a comment.

Deborah Younglao, Silk Painter said...

I'm trying to think of a more sophisticated word than 'cute'.... but I think you know what I mean... chuckled like everyone else.

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Cute works for me! Thanks, Deborah.

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Such swirly goodness! Love the umbrellas, but all of your work has such a fun and beautiful appeal. Will be back for more.

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Hi, Diane. Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate your encouragement!

Andrew Finnie said...

Wow, you certainly do have a grasp of colour. Your swirls are very interesting (meaning good)- almost like an iconography. These long umbrella paintings are beautiful and dynamic. thanks for sharing

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Wow, Andrew. I really appreciate your comments about color. I have been really limiting my palette, and love the colors I'm working with.

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