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Maxine

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“Maxine” by: Laura Elizabeth


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Tiny tins for your bits n bobs!

$5 each: artbylauraelizabeth@gmail.com or pop into Gumball Collective in Nordeast, Minneapolis!

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Also be sure to check out some of my previous posts for an assortment of other affordable goodies.

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New Art Prints for Sale

This is an 8×10″ print of my piece “The Hunt” mounted onto a cradled wooden panel, painted and varnished, numbered and signed, ready to hang for $88. I also have prints that are not mounted for $22. Email me @ artbylauraelizabeth@gmail.com

 


Numbered and Signed Prints For Sale

Hey, guys! Happy day after Thanksgiving!

I have artwork to sell:  I have 6×6″ prints of my paintings “Joe,” “Klimtian Maid,” and “Klimtian Whale” all mounted onto cradled wooden panels, painted and varnished, numbered and signed, ready to hang for $68. I also have prints that are not mounted for $22.

Message me @ artbylauraelizabeth@gmail.com if interested!

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“Bird”

Birds are fascinating, aren’t they? Some are undeniably clever, like crows for example, who when tested have proven themselves astute enough to actually fashion tools out of random materials in order to reach obscurely placed morsels of food. Male Bowerbirds build attractive hut-like nests, complete with soft ferns cushioning the ground, adorned with bright flowers and other fancy, little objects, all in an attempt to attract a mate. And then there are birds, such as the Lyre, who can mimic approximately twenty other species with such extraordinary accuracy that even those she’s mimicking are fooled! Devastatingly, she’s also been captured on camera perfectly mimicking the sound of a chainsaw…..

Of course, every sentient being is worthy of respect, regardless of talent, intellect, or outstanding attributes, but the above examples serve to illustrate the point that humans, while certainly peculiar, are not the only meritorious species on the planet; it boils down to mere differences in the many ways of, just…. “being.”

Below is my new oil painting, a study I’m calling “Bird.” Hope you enjoy!

“Bird” Oil on Canvas, 16×20″ ©L.E. Amatulli

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“Flowers for Klimt”

Gustav Klimt has long been my favorite artist and a major source of artistic inspiration. His work is intricately decorative, richly detailed with gold leaf, hues of orange, brown, green, speckles of blue, red, yellow, purple; it’s ingenuously erotic, and, more often than not revolves around one femme fatale or another.

Makes me swoon just thinking about it!

The painting below is my way of paying homage to an incredible artist. Like flowers, I plucked and rendered the three figures from Klimt’s painting “Goldfish” to create “Flowers for Klimt.” While mine does not at all resemble the brilliance of a Klimt painting, the central figure is unmistakably Klimt’s– with an L.E. Amatulli twist, or course. Hope you enjoy!

“Flowers for Klimt,” Oil on Canvas, 24×18″ ©L.E. Amatulli


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St. Cloud Art Crawl

As some of you may know, I’ve been working on building a portfolio worthy of approaching a gallery with for some time now. The target date to begin marketing myself as an artist has been tentatively set for fall of 2012, but when a friend asked me to be the featured artist at Seven Elephants Coffee in St. Cloud for the upcoming Art Crawl (Friday, June 15), of course I jumped at the opportunity.

I’m considering it a preview of sorts, since my collection to this point is incomplete. My ultimate goal is to have a tightly cohesive body of work to showcase; but for now I’ll be showing a slew of very different styles of work, from realistic pencil drawings, to surreal paintings, to the ethereal. It might be a bit disjointed, but isn’t everything in life a bit of that? And shouldn’t art reflect the truth? (did my tongue in my cheek translate through the text??)

Here are a few fun little items that I’ve been working on:

Oodles of mini Giclee prints on canvas, packaged in black organza bags

A little business card box, painted black, varnished, and decorated with a paper flower

“Please Take One”

Cute Little Box

Hand-made Business Cards

Signage


Separation of Earth and State

Sculpture is something that I’ve always been interested in, and as far back as I can remember, I would sit for hours upon hours just completely immersed in sculpting little human heads and busts out of Sculpey clay.  So I decided to combine two art forms that I love: Painting and sculpture.  The result is my new painting, “Separation of Earth and State;” the head and breast are little sculptures that I mounted onto the canvas and painted.  It was such a fun and interesting process, something I’ll surely try again.

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Female Study #3

And the last in my series of three pencil drawings: “Female Study #3”

“Female Study #3″ Graphite on Paper, 18×24” L.E. Amatulli *Original photograph of Jessica Stam taken by: Eric Guillemain; artwork rendered for educational purposes only

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Female Study #1

Over the past few years I’ve spent a great deal of time experimenting with a variety of different art mediums such as oil paints, watercolors, pastels and clay. However, in my pursuit to master these new mediums, I seem to have neglected my roots: pencil drawing.

In order to rectify this and to sharpen my drawing skills, I decided to focus on three pencil studies. I’m almost finished with the second drawing and haven’t yet started the third, but my first study is complete.

So, here I present to you a female study of the beautiful Jessica Stam:

“Female Study #1″ Graphite on paper, 18×24″ L.E. Amatulli *Original photograph of Jessica Stam taken by: Eric Guillemain; artwork rendered for educational purposes only”

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