52nd National Catalog


It’s a cute little foal with frizzy hair. Who knows what beauty this “ugly duckling” will grow into? While most of my finished work is in oil, I’ve maintained for decades that the strength of any finished piece lies Every now and then I love to make what is normally a preliminary exercise into the star of the show. Sometimes, color emerges best from so-called black and white! in the drawings that underlie it.

9” x 9” — Graphite $550

ELIZABETH LEWIS SCOTT • WAOW Associate • AL • elizabethlewisscott.com Atelier/classically trained, Elizabeth loves equine, wildlife, and Western themes, and is active with Women Artists of the West, American Women Artists, the American Academy of Equine Art and the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society. Places her work has appeared include the Kentucky Derby Museum, Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, Booth Museum of Western Art, and the Coors Western Art Show and Sale. When creating art, as when training horses, Liz shuns shortcuts.


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