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ELIZABETH STUDIOS

I grew up on the edge of a patch of woods in Vermont.  As a young girl I would wander around the woods, pick wildflowers from ditches and collect rocks that I would put in a shoebox to tuck under my bed. I would pretend that I could talk to the animals, dress up my dog in clothes and strain my head to the moon, if I was lucky enough to have it shine down on my pillow.  I was a nature child.  I belonged to the Earth and the Earth belonged to me. I am now in the middle years of my life.  I have traveled down a few different educational paths and professions: some of it was rewarding, but much of it was not.   I veered off the path for a bit, but I am finding my way back.  I am rediscovering the joy of nature and how it speaks to me through my work.  I hope you enjoy looking at my portfolio. It is a reflection of the nature child within me.  

 

The Nature Child: Innocence

Plaster Casting

“What is forgiveness?  Sufi replied: It is the fragrance that flowers give when they are crushed."

One Sufi's Saying

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Thank you for viewing my portfolio. You can watch a video of my plaster process at: https://vimeo.com/267429125.  If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out via the adjacent form.

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