Five Acrylic Paintings: Homes and Flowers

I’m pleased to bring you the art of Elizabeth Melton Parsons,writer and painter. Having only one talent, writing, I’m in awe of people like Elizabeth, who can write AND paint. This series is about HOME.

Elizabeth Melton Parsons

More of my paintings:

Home and Garden-1 Home and Garden-1

Home and Garden-2 Home and Garden-2

Home and Garden-3 Home and Garden-3

Home and Garden-4 Home and Garden-4

Flowers Flowers

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21 responses to “Five Acrylic Paintings: Homes and Flowers

  1. You find the nicest works of others to share with us.

  2. She makes it look easy in these great paintings, but it isn’t.

  3. Thank you, Cynthia. I’m honored. And thanks to everyone who left such nice comments. I think purple skies and blue lilacs are very artistic and beautiful. 🙂

  4. Very pretty! I like every one. 😊

  5. I love the last one, the flowers. Really cool.

  6. Ann Moser

    I love the way the vibrant colors pop from the paintings,

      • Ann Moser

        I greatly admire artists like Elizabeth who so vividly capture a scene, a moment, not only in imagery but the depth of colour that brings art to life.

      • I wonder if they’re born that way?
        I am still drawing stick figures. Do you paint or commit any other form of art?

      • Ann Moser

        I too have mastered the stick figure 😉 I believe we’re all born with a talent(s) that comes naturally, without effort, like artists, No painting in my genes, but tireless in my passion to raise awareness/support for the underappreciated arts.

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