Friday, July 13, 2012

Painting Giveaway

Bowl of Cherries
{Framed 4" x 6" (10.2 x 15.2 cm) – oil on canvas panel}

Two Cherries and a Derby Cup
{Framed 4" x 6" (10.2 x 15.2 cm) – oil on canvas panel}

 Good morning,

I am excited to share something with you this morning.  The talented Patricia van Essche of PVE design blog is hosting a giveaway of one of my paintings today.  Please stop by her blog and leave a comment sharing which of the two paintings you would be interested in owning to be eligble to win a small framed painting. 

One painting has an ornate wood framed

and the other has a simple wood frame.

Thanks and have a wonderful weekend,



Jennifer C. Webb said...

delighted to find your work on PVE this morning...can feel the coolest of that julep cup, beautiful work

Mary Timmers said...

Hi, Liz. I'm here visiting your site on recommendation of Patricia at PVE Design. I love your paintings! They're so fresh and real. And I admire the fact that you're still painting even though you have a baby. I'm an artist too, and I paint in oils. I love oils, the smell, the feel, the ease of working with them. I hope I win one of your cherry paintings. Thanks for being so generous!

pve design said...

Thank-you again for such a wonderful give-away featured today on my blog. I hope you have many visitors and may your sweet paintings remind us to invite more cherries into our lives and our bowls!

eLIZabeth Floyd said...

Welcome Jennifer and Mary! Thanks so much for visiting :)

eLIZabeth Floyd said...

Hi Patricia :)

I concur, inviting more cherries into our lives brightens our bowls!


Pat said...

I'm here from pave, but I'm a neighbor in Alexandria ...west end but in del ray a lot. I'll be looking for your work,

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

Hi Liz,
Both absolutely divine! We should meet and have coffee one day. I love your work....beautiful still life paintings, as I mentioned.

eLIZabeth Floyd said...

Hi Pat, Glad you came by :) I have a some of my work at the Art League Gallery and sometimes participate in the exhibitions hosted by the Del Ray Artisans.

eLIZabeth Floyd said...

Thanks Loi!