Friday, July 30, 2010

Happy Friday and Some Good News!

20100406 Daffodils and Pears 24x18
Daffodils and Pears – 24" x 18" (61 x 45.7 cm) – Oil on Canvas

Happy Friday! This weekend is the long awaited 20th Year High School Reunion for S. I am really looking forward to meeting so many of his former high school friends, and I anticipate the weekend will be busy.

And going into the weekend I received great news from the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club that the painting above was accepted into the 114th Annual Open Juried Exhibition that will take place in October in New York City! I had shown a work in progress image previously however I never got around to sharing the completed painting with you.

Have a wonderful weekend and thanks for reading,


PS. Slim has been helping me write this blog post, really she has been hindering me as she insists on sitting on my arms.


Virginia Floyd said...

Congratulations! Your mastery of fabric is wonderful. It's no wonder your painting was accepted---and highly deserved.

I've fallen in love with Slim. I had a Abyssinian cat that lived 17 years. I was looking at all your pictures of Slim, and it makes me miss her. She wanted to sit between me and my computer screen. Slim is a beautiful cat, and your photos are endearing.

Enjoy your weekend!

Kerri Settle said...

Hope the reunion goes well. And congratulations on the painting acceptance; it's well deserved!

Marian MacKerer said...

This is beautiful Liz!! No wonder it got accepted. Congratulations! i love the doily. it brings back memories of my grandmother. she made many of these and they were all over our house.

eLIZabeth Floyd said...

Thanks Virginia! and Slim says hello :)

eLIZabeth Floyd said...

Hi Kerri, the reunion was a blast! and thanks for the support :)

eLIZabeth Floyd said...

Thank you Marian! I love old embroidery also, and it is so fun trying to capture it in a painting :)

One Step Away said...

Congratulation Elizabeth!
Just checked your site out today. This painting looks great. I've been doing quite a bit of landscape painting. Having a lot of fun.

eLIZabeth Floyd said...

Hi Steve! Thanks for stopping by, I just checked out your blog and really like the landscapes you have been working on lately. I love how colorful they are :)