Running Blues
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One of the things I love about doing acrylic pours is that you may have a clear idea of what you want your painting to represent, but unlike other media where the artist has more control, you can always be surprised at the end result. That was the case with Running Blues. The concept was “a river runs through it,” and that’s what some people see. I see an Arctic fox running from left to right through a winter twilight. What do you see?

10″ W x 8″ H
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Walking back to the open-air parking lot near Hawaii Theatre, I noticed these dried pods and thought they were so beautiful I picked up a few to take home. I did a little research and discovered that they are the fruit of the Autograph (or Signature) tree. What fascinates me, is the stages they go through as they dry, and I tried to capture that progression to the finale of life.

Breaking Wave
16″ W x 12″ H
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Just like no two waves are the same, neither are the ways that artists portray them in many of the paintings we see in Hawaii. In this acrylic pour, several different techniques are used to convey the energy, the color variations, and the complexity of a breaking wave.

Ceramic Contemplation
11″ W x 14″ H
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This little figurine is the epitome of focus and calm.

About Liz Corbin

Liz Corbin

I’m originally from southern Arizona, moving to Hawaii in 1971. After working at UH’s Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology for 10 years, I spent 29 years in economic development for the State of Hawaii. I happily retired in 2010.

One of the things on my retirement To Do list was to study watercolor painting. Now, I’m sorry I waited until 2015 to start taking lessons at the Honolulu Museum of Art School. Aside from appreciating the creative challenge, I’ve greatly enjoyed meeting a whole new group of interesting and talented people.

I’ve expanded to acrylics, acrylic pouring and photography. I’m a member of the Windward Artists Guild, the Association of Hawaii Artists, and the Hawaii Watercolor Society. I’ve been honored to have my work accepted into their shows.

I especially appreciate the efforts that all three groups have made to keep art exhibition alive and vibrant during these challenging times.