Thursday, November 24, 2011

Finished and unfinshed oil paintings

I'm almost finished with this painting. Does it look familiar? I posted the original picture of it a while

 The reflection under the boat needs a lot of work.

This is Sarah's unfinished painting of buddy. My oldest sisters dog. We love him, hes such a funny guy.

 In the original picture the tip of his tongue is sticking out. One of his goofy features. :-)

Sarah painted this oil a few years ago of Lady, the family dog. She's such a sweety.

This picture does not do it justice. The glare from the light doesn't help.

I painted this for a costumer a year ago.

I just finished this oil in class.


I don't really like how the river turned out. I need some practice in that area.

~Elizabeth Joy

Friday, November 18, 2011

Animal Rocks

This is what I have been doing all of last week.
The photos aren't very good, sorry.

I painted them for a craft fair that I am going to tomorrow. :-)

~Elizabeth Joy

Thursday, November 10, 2011

A time for everything

Its winter now, the snow is deep, the snow machines are out, and summer is just a faded memory in my mind.
Projects unfinished have been set aside, waiting for summer to break forth its bright, warm, rays. Other projects, that were previously tucked in a dark and neglected corner  awaiting for dark, dreary winter, have now commenced.

I never did start my caribou painting...I decided that putting the bear in the painting with the caribou was a silly idea. Scratch that.

The model ship I was working on was put aside. I probably wont pick it up again until summer.

 Art class has been canceled for two weeks. Meanwhile at home I finished one of my oil paintings from class. I'll post it sometime. :-)

Thanksgiving and Christmas are coming! Which means lots of fun painting creations, and craft shows.

~Elizabeth Joy

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Cartoon Wednesday


Cartoon by Sarah
Scanes of our life

~Elizabeth Joy

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Rebekah's art

I am in utter amazement at my eight year old sister. Her artwork is amazing! She certainly is fare better then Sarah and I were at her age, and I'm sure she will pass us both up.

She did these at seven and eight.

I helped her with this one. It was her first acylic painting.
I'm so thankful for my little sisters. :-)

~Elizabeth Joy

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Cartoon Wednesday

 This squerrel though that I was a tree.

Poor Sarah! :-D

Cartoons by Elizabeth
Scenes of our life

~Elizabeth Joy