My Other Car Is a Jaguar, acrylic/collage, 36 x 24
by Elizabeth W. Seaver
I am pleased that this painting was selected for a show of work by Maryland, DC and Virginia artists in February at the Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts.
Wild Flowers, oil, 8 x 10, Elizabeth W. Seaver
And this painting sold yesterday to a nice lady in a state that shall remain nameless in a top secret sale. Thank you, nice lady.
In other news, it is snowing, and really cold for Virginia. I will keep my shoes on for the next little while for sure. Painting has slowed down some, and I am cut off from my main studio over the weekend, unless we just don't get that much snow. I don't drive in the stuff.
Welcome to my newest followers!
Welcome to my newest followers!
Elizabeth - fun! I love the sense of humour : ) Great paintings.
I'm glad you like them Kim!
CONGRATULATIONS Elizabeth! I can see why you sold and were accepted. YIPPEE!!
It's so nice to have friends who celebrate with you!
Elizabeth - These are great! I especially like the Giraffe and bird - so whimsical and imaginative.
Congrats on both, Elizabeth!
Loved seeing the new work up close:-)
Thanks so much, Michelle. I'm glad to have found your blog. Thanks for joining mine.
Cathyann, it was great to meet your husband and to get a chance to chat yesterday. I'm so glad you stopped by LibertyTown while in the 'Burg. Your new little paintings are great, and I look forward to seeing more of them.
Congratulations on the show painting and the sale - love the giraffe and bird because it's so much fun and lots of blues :)
I'm glad you like my funny giraffe with a birdie on its head, Rhonda. Thanks for commenting.
Im so glad the giraffe was chosen. I really love that painting and have always expected great things for him (her?) Guess you ARE snowed in today eh? Stay warm!
Love that sweet, goofy expression. So fun! And big congrats on the sale!
Thanks for your support, Anna! Yes, we do have snow..."snow on snow on snow!" (as the song goes.)
Thanks, Gwen. I appreciate the comments.
Congratulations on the sale and being accepted into the FCCA's February show. Our artwork will be crossing paths. (I had a piece hanging there this month in the Small Works show.) Good luck in the show! -Don
hello elizabeth, thanks for your comment!
I really like your work
and those lovely warm-coloured flowers are perfect for a chilly London January day
Congratulations on the show and the sale! I loveMy Other Car Is a Jaguar! I'm getting a kick out of those expressions, like it's an every-day thing for a bird to chill on a giraffe's head.
Hey, Don! Wow, that was a great show; you should be pleased to have had work accepted. I wish I'd known to look for your work.
I'm glad you like them, Lettuce. I certainly enjoyed seeing your blog.
Hi, Kerri. Much of the time, my work is meant to provoke a giggle. Thanks for stopping by!
for the show and the sale,
I like the giraffe painting very much,its great.
Thank you, Anu! I'm glad you like it. Thank you for joining my blog.
I love the giraffe's expression - "What's this dang funny bird doing on my head"?
And such a strange bird, at that! Thanks for commenting, Deborah.
I'm glad you like My Other Car, Ron. Thanks for stopping by.
so happy you want to play, please send a email to me and you canb give your adresse for hope to win
Elizabeth, you make me laugh - and thats a great thing, first thing in the morning! Makes the whole day look good. Love your work, and the titles are wonderful too.
Thanks for stopping by my blog -
Lilasvb, thanks for joining my blog. I will send you an email today!
Hi, Terry. Thanks for the nice comments. Camels and giraffes, not that different in aspect, are they?
I love the colors in this, it's beautiful. No surprise that
it sold- congratulations!
Thank you. I appreciate your stopping by!
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