Bird Song, 6 x 6 framed, collage
Elizabeth W. Seaver
I put this little guy on the wall in my studio yesterday, and it sold within a couple of hours. It's so nice when a piece "flies" out the door like that.
It occurred to me that I had not ever posted about the opening of my public art piece, I Should Have Turned Left at Albuquerque. It was unveiled on July 2nd, and my parents and sister were able to be there. I have some pictures of the actual event, but I need to scan them into the computer. Here is the finished panel.
I Should Have Turned Left at Albuquerque, collage/acrylic
42 x 59 public art panel, Elizabeth W. Seaver
I'm recapping this event because just today I got commissioned to paint a 30 x 40 canvas as a Christmas present for someone who loves the one downtown. Pretty cool!
Bird Song is beautiful. I love the concept of birds on sheet music. You should do more!
I really enjoyed your work!
nice to meet you!
Denise from São Paulo
THAT IS SO AWESOME! Elizabeth, you have come so far from the day you moved into LibertyTown. I am so amazed by how much you have grown. As I hung (all!) the pieces of yours on my walls I was reminded once again of your growing talent. I am so glad that others have discovered it too. :) You ROCK.
I agree bird song is wonderful and congratulations!
Hi, Several Tips: Glad you came by for a visit.
Margaret: Thanks, I think I might do more of these. They are quite fun, and I have some lovely new papers to use, too!
Hi, Denise. It is nice to meet you, too. I'm so glad you found my blog. Thanks for becoming a new follower!
Thanks for being one of my head cheerleaders, Anna, not to mention a major patron! I think I'm going to get to see you tomorrow!!!!
Hi, Carole: Thanks so much!
Wow!!! congrats on it all, I am so happy for you, Elizabeth. I loved the story of your trips out west with your family, lucky you. Made me smile.
Hi, Cathyann: Thanks for stopping by to see what I've been working on. I'm glad you liked what you read. Hope to see you soon.
I couldn't help myself, I started whistling as soon as I saw "Bird Song". That's a first for me, art that inspires me to whistle. Well done.
Congrats on its sale as well as on the commission piece. You're rockin' it!
J'aime, je raffole... Si tendre, si beau... magnifiques pansements pour les yeux que ces deux peintures... Ils nous aident à oublier les horreurs de la vie... Bises
well. I can see why it sold---I would definitely love that on my wall!
I love the bird song is really beautiful.
Great work ♥
Hi, Don! Glad to have inspired a spontaneous whistle. Thanks for your visit!
Thank you, MartineAlison: I'm glad you like Bird Song and so appreciate your comments.
Hi, Ana--I'm glad you found my blog. I went to yours and love our illustrations. I hope you'll be back.
Bird Song is wonderful!!! I agree with Anna about how much you have BLOSSOMED into this fabulous YOU style!!! It has been so inspiring and exciting to watch!! I am not at all Suprised that you ahve been commissioned to doa piece like Albequeque (SP?) This piece is So awesome and makes me smile every time I see it. I actually go out of my way off my usual F'burg path , just to see it!!!!
Hi, Elizabeth--I really appreciate your positivity. Your support helps keep me going, believe me!
Congratulations on your sale and commission!! Great work
Hi, Kathy: Thanks so much!
Elizabeth, thanks again for visiting me.
Now I'm "walking" through your blog and watching beautiful paintings, bird songs flying through the door and (quickly) realizing you're obviously a bird lover :)
So beautiful - everything!
Hello Elizabeth, you know every time I come to visit I want to drop everything and go to the studio. Your work is very inspiring.
Bye - I'm off to the studio.
Yes it's great when things walk out the door. But I always have a little cry - though I might not show it. I like to live with something before it goes.
Sometimes the break is traumatic
cong for the bird song....its beautiful ..
Congratulations on the commission!! Can't wait to see that big one :) Your Bird Song is lovely and I like the sheet music addition, too.
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