Two Trees Elizabetha Fox

Two Trees

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Two Trees Elizabetha Fox

Two Trees Elizabetha Fox

TWO TREES – Oil Painting on Heavy watercolour paper

I like painting on watercolour paper – I has quite different qualities to canvas as it can be very smooth.  This is part of my series of pond, tarn and loch paintings.  There is something fascinating about the sudden appearance of a subtle level of shining water there between the trees, reflecting the sky, the clouds and the leaves. Sometimes, as in this painting, you can hardly see the water at all.
The painting is on sized and primed handmade heavy weight 350 GSM watercolour paper.
Size of painting
297mm x 420mm
12 x 16 inches

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Three Towers Elizabetha Fox

THREE TOWERS – Dolomites

MOUNTAINS
Three Towers Elizabetha Fox

Three Towers Elizabetha Fox

Original Wax Encaustic, Watercolour and Ink Painting

I was experimenting with a new technique using wax and inks, which gives an almost print like quality to the work, and also seems to represent the actions of weather and time on the giant rock and formations of the big mountains. This one shows 3 towers and was inspired by the Tre Cima, although you can see that it doesn’t look exactly like them, but I found the idea of these 3 different standing forms almost like personalities standing proud in the high landscape very interesting.

The painting is on sized and primed handmade heavy weight 350 GSM watercolour paper.

Size of painting
297mm x 420mm
11 x 16 inches

THREE TOWERS – Dolomites – Watercolour and Wax Original – Fine Art – Mountain Scenery – Landscape Painting – ElizabethAFox

Dark Pine ACEO by Eliabetha Fox

Dark Pine Watercolour ACEO

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Dark Pine ACEO by Elizabetha Fox

Dark Pine ACEO by Elizabetha Fox

I have been making a set of small paintings, wax encaustic and watercolour. they are ACEO size, which is 2.5 x 3.5 inches. some of them are abstract and some are small versions of some of my larger works. You can see them all by looking under the ACEO tab at the top of the page and some of them are making their way into my gallery Elizabetha Fox