Welcome to ByElizabeth.com
Images and news from Fredericksburg, Virginia artist, Elizabeth W. Seaver.
I have lots of new work which I plan to put into a show at Bistro Bethem in August. A preview of that work is on display at Water Street Studio in May, 2014. More new paintings hang on my wall in the lounge at LibertyTown and in the Emporium in the main gallery.
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Magic Flute, 24 x 24, collage/acrylic, 2014
I am pleased to announce that Wilbur won Honorable Mention and Peoples' Choice awards at the April, 2014, Dimensional Expressions show sponsored by Artful Dimensions Gallery in downtown Fredericksburg.
Wilbur, collaborative piece between Elizabeth W. Seaver and 3D artist William "Tex" Forrest. Completed 2013
Showing in May:At Water Street Studio and at LibertyTown Arts Workshop with a permanent display in the lounge. Here is more new work:
Come Here Often?, 22 x 28, and Bubble Bath, 8 x 8: acrylic/collage by Elizabeth Seaver, 2014
Cherry Blossom Festival, 18 x 36, acrylic/collage by Elizabeth W. Seaver, 2014
In the News!
First Night in downtown Fredericksburg! Link to the FLS write up of my participation in the New Year's celebration.
Here is a link to the Free Lance Star interview for the Collaborative Show between LibertyTown artists and Fredericksburg Spinners and Weavers Guild members. My partner in the project, Tal Landeau, and I were quoted in the article.
Beginning July, 2008, Elizabeth will be artist-in-residence at LibertyTown Arts Workshop in Fredericksburg, VA. As of June 20, she is in her new studio just off the main gallery.
Look for the online literary journal published by students of University of Mary Washington professor, Claudia Emerson, called, The Zephyranthes. The site is http://thezephyranthes.umwblogs.org. They have selected two of Elizabeth's paintings, Snowy Rooftops and Shangri-La, for publication.