Wednesday, October 3, 2007

In the October Art League Show!

Spanish Colonnade 18” x 24” Oil on Canvas SOLD

I wanted to share that this painting was selected for The Art League’s October All-Media Membership Show, the juror was Marlene Rothacker. Ms. Rothacker serves as Senior Exhibitions and Marketing Manager for International Arts and Artists, a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing cross-cultural understanding and exposure to the arts.

The Opening Reception will be held in the gallery at the Torpedo Factory, Sunday, October 7th from 2:00 to 4:00 pm, and here is a link if you are curious about the Art League that is located in the Torpedo Factory Arts Center in Old Town Alexandria,

I worked on this painting on and off since the end of May, there was a period this summer where all devoted painting time was dedicated to this piece. I am very happy with its outcome and to date this is the largest and most developed painting I have completed. I used the typical wet-in-wet techniques that I like so much, and I also played with glazing to deepen the shaded areas of the scene. This image is adapted from a 1999 photograph I took in Carmona, Spain as I was completing research for my Master’s of Architecture thesis.
This painting has been sold.


Michele said...

Liz, this is breathtaking! Congratulations. I wish I could be at the Torpedo Factory for the art show.
So happy for you!

Liz said...

thanks Michele, the show goes on for the entire month of October, only the opening reception was Sunday.

Thanks for the support! Liz

Feri said...


This is truly well deserved. Your progress is outstanding. And I am envious. I hope to be out there at the end of Oct so I want to make it to the Art show down there