With charcoal, paint and imagination, Elizabeth uses her skills as an artist to create designs for original clothing and accessories that are numbered to correspond to an item for sale.
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1 -A Chance Encounter
My first serious charcoal drawing; the first time in years that I drew something other than a person or animal portrait and the first design put onto products.
2 - A Hoot in the Night
My mom requested an owl drawing so we went through reference photos on Pixabay and found one we both loved. The result was is the charcoal drawing shown plus a digitally enhanced one in blue to add some colour.
3 - The Benevolent Elephant
I saw a photo of this elephant on Pixabay andI knew it would look great in charcoal. The name was made up by my nephew’s Dad when he was a baby.
4 - The Quiet Tunnel
A charcoal drawing based on a photo taken a few years ago while on a walk at the local dam.
5 - The Vivid Sunset
Created using oil pastels for the first time, I was impressed with the vividness of the colours.
6 - Flow
A design created with two impulse buys - pearlescent watercolours and black paper - from the fantastic local art store, Iron Oxide Art Supplies.
7 - Sky Splatter
This is my first abstract watercolour painting. I’ve always used reference photos for my art and aimed for realism until I started this journey and found this style very freeing.
8 - The Big Rainbow
A design originally created for Pride.
9 - Giraffiti
A drawing inspired by and named after my son's favourite toy. The giraffe was first done in oil pastel then traced over on a transparent layer to create a digital rendition that could be placed onto digitally created backgrounds.
10 - The Final Frontier
Meet the Taleals on their home planet, Talealand! These aliens were created as a fun way to try out my new Inktense Pencils.
11 - Sunshine and Rainbows
A watercolour painting inspired by Sunshine and Rainbows of course! Not being satisfied with the colours in the photo of the original, this was digitally enhanced for the Art of Where products.
12 - Sun Stripe
A painting created for my nephew whose favourite colours are red and yellow.
13 - Pretty Paws
Inspired by my nephew’s love of Paw Patrol, the painting provided the opportunity to play with colours and pearlescent watercolour.
14 - Cupcakes
An abstract watercolour inspired by its namesake.
15 - Cupcakes & Pretty Paws
A combo of the two previous designs.
16 - Colours of a Rose
An abstract watercolour created using the leftover paint on my palette after painting a rose.
17 - Just Roses
A watercolour rose digitally isolated then placed on both a burgundy and black background.
18 - Shades of Teal
A monochromatic abstract watercolour painting in my favourite colour, teal.
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