Location: United States
Elizabeth began creating assemblages in 2005, after a business career in the corporate arena. She progressed to collage, then to acrylic painting and watercolor. Her favorite medium is mixed media.
In the words of the artist,
"My work starts with a phenomenon or moment in time which I observe happening around me. I study and draw this image many times, reducing it to the essentials. Once the brush strokes touch the canvas, the painting becomes largely instinctive and from the heart."
Elizabeth has studied drawing, painting and collage in the academic setting and privately with Peter Ligon, Maureen Brouillette and Mariles Vonk in the Netherlands. She studies the masters and teaches collage.
Elizabeth's art can be found in private and public collections worldwide and viewed at Hillside Gallery in Santa Fe. Find a list of exhibitions and collectors and view her portfolio online at http://ebogardart.fineartamerica.com.
Acrylic Paintings and Mixed Media
Acrylic Paint on Arches Paper
Four framed 6x6 acrylic paintings on canvas board. They can be arranged in various configurations.
Crayon de Ache on Watercolor Paper
Acrylic Painting on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
Mixed Media, Framed
Acrylic Painting 42x42
Acrylic "Scratched" Painting
No glue was used in these collages. Images were coated with and applied with heat.
Mixed Media artworks are composed of more than one medium. For example, if you add paint to a paper collage, it becomes mixed media.
This is a paper collage. The name means Wednesday.
This collage is composed entirely of paper.
Paper applied to a painted canvas