September 1, 2016

Art Exhibit

I want to share some exciting news.

Elizabeth Keigler
oil painter specializing in landscapes and florals
artwork on display from September 1 through September 30

Collier County Library
Naples Regional
650 Central Ave.
Naples, FL 34102

Richard and I had the pleasure of helping hang Betty's artwork.   I hope you'll have a chance to visit the library and see Betty's work.  It looks beautiful!

Betty and Bill Keigler

"Swaying Palms" ©2016 Elizabeth Keigler

August 17, 2016

Artist with a Brush Cut

Please vote for my artwork, Ballot #66 in the Your Choice 2016 Show at the VonLiebig Art Center, 585 Park Street, Naples August 19- October 16!

#66 "Artist with a Brush Cut", mixed media art doll by Pat Kumicich


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August 10, 2016

Sunflowers in a Jug

I'm not sure why I'm painting flowers all of a sudden...my passion is really creating quirky women.  I think it's good for me to try different things.  I'm waiting for some fabric to arrive to enable me to finish a quilt I'm working on - just staying busy.

I painted this from my imagination.  I really should have set up a still life - my lighting is off - oh well...


what I did






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August 5, 2016

Blue Chair with Geraniums

I've repainted the flowers on this piece so many times, I'm exhausted.  (It's not meant to be realistic, merely the suggestion of geraniums...)


I made my own stay wet tray to keep the acrylic paints from drying out.  A quick trip to the dollar store to purchase 9x13 cookie sheet and shammy.  Since the cookie sheet is steel (not stainless) I lined with with plastic, cut the shammy to size, soaked the shammy in water; placed it on cookie sheet and covered it with a piece of baking parchment cut to size - so far so good.  Now that I've finished painting for the day, I covered the whole thing with Press'n Seal.  I think it may keep it wet for a day or two - hoping it will any way!

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August 2, 2016

A Blue Chair...

Taking a break from working on a new quilt.  Another still life...

cover up that blank canvas!


drawing with watercolor pencil; blocking in underpainting

trying my best to keep the paints dry - it's hot in here!

it's coming along - hope to get back to this in the next day or so

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