The subjects of Elizabeth’s paintings vary from people, to landscapes, to still lifes. However, strong senses of lighting and color remain as constants in each piece. At times colors will be pushed beyond their normal boundaries ,for an interesting, sometimes dream like, effect. Most of Elizabeth’s work tends to be highly representational, however, she also enjoys the feel of a loose style as evidence of the process. This is accomplished by using large brushes, and using less detail in some areas of the painting, while playing up other areas with more detail.

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