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Work In Progress: Wheat Two

I continue to work on the wheat watercolor painting. You can see that I’ve gotten more work done to the bottom of the painting than the top. That’s…

AG at Isenhower by Elizabeth Smith of rowntreestudio.com

June and July Exhibits and Events

June is almost here and with it comes three new exhibits! Artistic Genus is showing framed at Cafe Louvre in Edmonds and the Isenhower Cellars tasting room in…

Work in Progress: Wheat

My primary project right now is a commissioned watercolor painting of a single head of wheat at about ten times life size. The entire painting is about thirty…

Muscat Grapes: Work in Progress Images and Final

Because I’m going to have artwork on display at Isenhower Cellars’ Woodinville tasting room in June and July I thought it would be appropriate and fun to work…

ring-necked ducks by Elizabeth R. Smith of rowntreestudio.com

Just Beginning to Apply the Brakes

A pair of ring-necked ducks on a beautiful Spring afternoon.

Hall Health Spring Artwalk

Spring Artwalk at Hall Health Center May 6, 2014, 5:30-7:00pm 4060 NE Stevens Way, University of Washington Campus It’s time for the Spring Artwalk at Hall Health! Visit…

Artistic Genus at the Edmonds Artwalk

Artistic Genus at the Edmonds Artwalk April 17th, 5-8pm Windermere Real Estate/GH LLC 210 5th Ave. S., Suite 102 Edmonds, WA 98020 Yesterday the members of Artistic Genus…

Berggorilla & Regenwalk Direkthilfe

Berggorilla & Regenwald Direkthilfe (Mountain Gorilla and Rainforest Direct Aid) This German gorilla conservation organization invited me to share my gorilla artwork and experience on their website along…

The Jaguar Cubs Celebrate Their First Birthday at Woodland Park Zoo

Yesterday Woodland Park Zoo celebrated the jaguar triplets’ first birthday in fine style. They were given beautiful handmade papier-mache turtles scented with their favorite things. I’ve taken a…

Sunny Zoo Trip

I knew an errand was going to take me right past the zoo today so I took along my camera and made a stop. I’m very glad I…