Monday, 18 February 2013

Liz sketches in Sydney


I can only apologise to Liz for the late posting here of her card. I received it ages ago but must have popped it in a sketchbook for safe keeping. It was only recently I used the book to find, with great relief, the card inside.

If you're a follower of Liz's Blog I think you might detect a change in her work, a freer, looser use of the watercolour medium.
 I love the direction she's going in and it's great to see the sheer joy she's experiencing coming through in her sketches.

Liz says this card, showing St Thomas, North Sydney, shows her experimenting with distorted perspective and loose brushstrokes.
And I should mention that the sketch was to be completed in under 15 minutes

It's wonderful to have a real Liz Steel in my possession.

http://www.lizsteel.com/



2 comments:

Robyn Sinclair said...

Terrific free and easy sketch, Liz. This one means a lot to me because it was my daughter's school's church and her great-grandmother was married there!

Pat said...

Liz, I am in awe that you are able to complete this in 15 min and describe something so intricate.

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