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Liza
20 December 2018 @ 08:12 pm
If you stumbled upon this LJ and decided to friend it, let me know. Write a short comment introducing yourself or just say hi. :)

Если вы случайно попали на ету страничку, и вас заинтересовал мой ЖЖ, то представтесь и если можно расскажите немного о себе. :)
 
 
Liza
18 June 2011 @ 01:51 pm
Hi guys, I am making murals and am looking for clients.

At this time I offer two types of services

Murals
Whether it is for a nursery or the room of a teenager, murals are a great way of creating space and mood. You can cover one or two or all the walls.

Paint-by-Numbers Mural
Just like a Paint-by-Number painting a Paint-by-Number mural is a drawing with indications that lets you paint on your wall. It is both an activity and a mural. Better suited for children of age 8 and up.


Things like 3D elements, stickers or chalkboard paint can be added.
If you want something simple for a master bedroom or hallway I can help choose a design that will fit your space and personality.

Contact me on LJ with a detailed description of what you are looking for as well as the dimensions of the wall/walls so that I can give you a precise estimation.

After receiving the estimation we can schedule a consultation. The non-refundable consultation fee is of 50$ this will include research, rough drawings, and on-site meeting during which we will discuss in details the design you choose. I base the pricing on many factors, like travel, intricacy of design, working conditions and hours.


Russian Winnie the Pooh Nursery.







Tree silhouette only, I did not do the texture.

 
 
Liza
25 February 2011 @ 02:15 pm











 
 
Liza
26 January 2011 @ 12:18 pm




Marquess of Queensbury, rules!, oil on 30" x 30" canvas, 2011.
 
 
Liza
11 January 2011 @ 10:32 am
Another portrait




oil on 20" x 24" canvas.

I might or might not finish it. I have not yet decided.
 
 
 
Liza
07 January 2011 @ 03:27 pm
Had my first painting class for this session.
Two 30 minutes portraits.

Both are oils on canvas paper.

 
 
 
Liza
23 November 2010 @ 11:28 am
Second painting for PNTG300.



Odalisque,
acrylics on 4' x 5' canvas, 2010.
 
 
Liza
05 November 2010 @ 12:03 pm
Haven't posted anything worthwhile in quite some time.
Here some more sketches from harmony.




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Liza
13 October 2010 @ 11:44 am
I've decided that if I want to make money from my art, I need to invest some first.
Got myself a Etsy shop and it is free shipping month.
I also started looking into Ebay.

I also spent 89$ on acrylics. The guy in the shop was ecstatic. We had a lovely conversation about my colour choices, they were all very "edible".
 
 
Liza
07 October 2010 @ 10:30 am
I have some prints on sale on Ebay.


A few sketches done in Harmony.











 
 
 
Liza
17 August 2010 @ 04:30 pm
Just listed two of my Holier-Than-Thoughs (no. 2 and 3 to be exact) on Etsy and Ebay.

Let's see how it goes.



You can buy it here.
And you can bid on it here for a week.
 
 
Liza
04 August 2010 @ 04:15 pm
I have discovered a wonderful application Harmony.
I have been trying it out quite a bit, as I do not have access to paint and am tired of drawing.












It is a great way of sketching for paintings, as you get a more painterly feel right away.
 
 
Liza
05 June 2010 @ 11:54 am
Final project for my litho class this semester.
3 layer litho prints. Background layers are from stone and the figures and stripes are from photo-plates. I used rainbow rolls again! I think I am addicted!




Girls Just Wanna Have Fun - Blue, 3.75"x6.5" lithographic print on 7.75"x11.5" rice paper, 2010.




Girls Just Wanna Have Fun - Red, 3.75"x6.5" lithographic print on 7.75"x11.5" rice paper, 2010.
 
 
Liza
20 May 2010 @ 11:44 am
My final project for my intaglio class. I changes ideas pretty last minute. I was supposed to do two nudes, but I started hating them.



Maloideae, three 4"x4.5" etchings on 7.5"x12" BFK paper, edition of 10, 2010.


It's mostly aquatint, hardground and soap ground.

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Liza
13 April 2010 @ 12:32 pm
I had an intaglio class this semester and here is one of the two projects I've done.


Holier-Than-Thou, 6"x9" intaglio etch on 7.5"x11.25" BFK paper.


We had to use many different techniques, hard ground, soft ground, aquatint, sugar lift, soap ground and some dry point.

They are for sale so, if you are interested just contact me.