Tag Archives: realistic pencil drawing

Mini Tins <3

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.














Thanks for viewing! ❤

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


Muertos III: Progress Shots

"MuertosIII" Work in Progress ©Laura Elizabeth 2014

“Muertos III”
Work in Progress




"Muertos III" ©Laura Elizabeth, 2014

“Muertos III” ©Laura Elizabeth, 2014

In Their Capacity For Pleasure and Woe, A Woman is a Hen is a Cow is a Doe

Colored Pencils on paper, © Laura Elizabeth, 2014

Until All Are Free, None Are Free

Colored Pencils on Paper

© Laura Elizabeth, 2014


Work in Progress

Hello friends, and fellow bloggers!

I know it’s been a while, sorry for that– do you even remember me?  Probably not.  It’s okay, though! Because I have a whole slew of new artwork to share! Hopefully a few gestures of art-sharing will somehow recompense my long absence.

So here’s one of the bajillion pieces I’m working on. I’ll post more later, kay? ;))


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


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