Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Cross Patch

Get Offa My Grass, acrylic/collage, 4 x 4
Elizabeth W. Seaver


The season for itty bitty works approacheth.  I have 10 small paintings, the largest is 6" x 8", awaiting distribution to various upcoming shows.

I am also awaiting delivery of some furniture which should organize the artist a bit better and make the studio a little neater looking for visitors.  I must make room for it.  It is a good feeling to go through piled up stuff to find the pearls and let the chaff blow away in the wind (oh, if it were only that easy!)

Welcome to my new followers, and thanks to all of you for joining me on my strange and circuitous artistic journey.  I love hearing from you and look forward to seeing what's new on your easels, too.

15 comments:

Elizabeth said...

What a look!!! The title is perfect and I find it amazing how much this ostrich resembels my Rat Terrier who sits at the front window on the blue chair staring out and growling at anyone who gets close to our yard!!! We put those same words in the THought bubble that appears over his head!!! Too Cute!! Can't wait to see what other small works you ahve going!!!

Kathy said...

What a look! It's the "Mona Lisa" except avian :-)

Gary Keimig said...

Another great Bird piece. This little guy is showing up everywhere and in such intriguing situations. great job Elizabeth.
Thanks so much for checking in on my art blog. I am getting a kick out of the comments on my grizzly adventures.

Linda Popple said...

Love this! Stopping by your blog always brings a smile!! :-)

Caroline Bray Art said...

Perfect title! And oh the look! Like a riased eyebrow hoiked up by a wire...WONDERFUL stuff Elizabeth! Good luck with blowing the cobwebs out of the studio and enjoy!

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Saundra Lane Galloway said...

LOVE IT LOVE IT Elizabeth!! It is nice to see a finished piece...I just took a power sander to mine...reworking...so, a breath of fresh air to see this most intent of birds!!

Leslie Redhead Watercolors said...

Hahahahahahaha! Love him!

Margaret Bednar said...

Love the colors and the look really grabs the attention. Great composition.

PAMO said...

Get offa my grass indeed! This bird has some serious 'tude.
Love your art Elizabeth and your approach to life.

Jeanette said...

I love the expression here. I think my cat has a similar one!

Kim VanDerHoek said...

Thank you for leaving such a nice comment on my blog! Your artwork is fun and beautiful!

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Hi, Everyone: Thanks for coming by and laughing at my little cranky bird. I'm not saying I can't be a cross patch myself, but it is possible that my paintings express feelings that I edit from my usual daily rounds!

Fay Akers said...

OMG I love this title. What a great piece of art. Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog. Hope you stop by again.

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Hi, Fay: I'm glad you like my crank pot! I enjoyed your blog and really appreciate your stopping by mine!