Sunday, December 11, 2005

The Rest of the New Work





Well, I have finished all the pieces of "Where Have All the Children Gone", at least the ones I had already started. So I will post them:

I have no idea why these are appearing into the last posting...it did this before...

12 comments:

San Francisco Daily Photo said...

VERY NICE WORK....

Just curious, what were you doing before becoming a studio artist fulltime?

Rayna said...

Ah, but these are WONDERFUL, Liz.

Pat's Place said...

Those children - and your art - are beautiful!

Carol said...

LIz,
This new work is wonderful. It is thought-provoking and draws the viewer in to get the message. Very beautiful!

gerrie said...

Have you checked with blogger? Maybe they are having a problem. These are wonderful, by the way!

Your biggest fan!

Karoda said...

The layout looks fine on my monitor.

But these are very intriguing. I would love to see them in person to be able to linger and look at them.

gabrielle said...

Very evocative and look great on my monitor...a very moving series.

Shoshana said...

The orange/fire/smoky/wonderfulness one just takes my breath away. You constantly amaze me with the variety of styles you employ. I was so taken with your postcard series for V's fundraiser. And now these wonderful children. Great work!

Deb R said...

I only just got to see these this morning, Liz. I've been having terrible problems seeing phots on Blogger sites for at least a week now. Anyway...

I find this series interesting conceptually and visually. On the 2nd-5th pieces the black line elements remind me of product bar codes. I don't know if that's deliberate or just my perception, but the idea works to me as it seems to tie in with the idea of people becoming numbers and less important than "stuff" and children getting lost in that process.

Good series!

Cathy in gorgeous Sonoma County said...

Oh Liz, these are so inspirational. Your work keeps evolving and your use of color seems to intensify with each new series. I hope you bring them to SAQA so I can see them in person. I can only hope to get better by your inspiration. Thanks. Cathy

Anonymous said...

from another "lurker" -
I am a mixed media artist using both paper and fabric. I love your newest things! The designs are just beautiful!
Thanks for sharing.
Monita

Sarah Ann Smith said...

Well no wonder...I had your OTHER blog on my list....and didn't know about this one! That explains why no posts since Festival LOL!

Cheers, sarah