ArtMaine 2019 Annual Guide features Elizabeth Palmer
I'm proud to have been featured in the 2019 Annual Guide by ArtMaine. They wrote:
Elizabeth Palmer is a self-taught watercolor artist who occasionally uses acrylics. She paints landscapes and still lives predominantly, but she will paint anything that catches her fancy, especially if it involves reflections or dramatic lighting. She uses vivid color and intricate design to capture a likeness or evoke strong emotion. She seeks to elevate the most ordinary object to the level of the extraordinary through an interplay of colors or shadow and light. "I want the viewer to see, as I do, that beauty surrounds us at all times," says Palmer. Her paintings are in private collections throughout the United States, and a giclee print of Kayaks hangs in the Children's Hospital of Boston. She is also a member of Saltwater Artists Gallery in New Harbor and exhibits at River Arts in Damariscotta, as well as the Boothbay Region Art Foundation.