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Elizabeth Floyd began her career as an architect. However, her true passion was always to be an artist, in 2009 she was able to achieve the goal of transitioning to art full-time. Following this transition, she parlayed the strong observational and sketching skills gained from being an architect towards mastering representational oil painting. Elizabeth is drawn to color, pattern, and detail. In her artwork, she is fascinated with incorporating beauty observed in my surroundings, always striving to celebrate the simple moments of life.
Trumpet Vines in Ginger Jar
14 x 18, oil on wood panel
The bright colors of mid-summer flowers attract more than just butterflies and bumblebees. I love how trumpet vine flowers are like mini-fireworks exploding from their stems and winding into my heart. This painting highlights the colors and structure of these flowers while pairing them with a beautiful ginger jar.
This piece is sold framed.