Monday, December 10, 2012

Another Year Ending But a New Year on Horizon

Since my last post a lot has been happening. Since the art show I have had the privilege of speaking at a seminar on Deep Brain Stimulation surgery used for treatment of Essential Tremor, Parkinson Disease, and Dystonia. I had DBS in 2006 and love speaking of the benefits I have received anytime possible. I did have to have surgery before Thanksgiving to have the two generators replaced so now I am good for another few months. I am also Support Group Leader for our East Texas Essential Tremor Support Group and we had our December meeting last Tuesday.

During all this busyness I was able to keep me hands busy with some artwork that I would like to share with you.

 

This picture is my first attempt on Urt 600, with Prismacolor Pencils and Prismacolor Art Stix is 5” X 7” and the reference picture was by Tisha Clinkenbeard.



This picture is also a first attempt on Ampersand Pastel Board, with Prismacolor Pencils is 5” X 7” and was a kit created for AnnKullburg.com by Nicole Caulfield.

I learned from both paintings how to work on two different kinds of materials therefore stretching to get outside my comfort zone of using white paper only. Next I am going to try my hand at working on a black background with my colored pencils. Plus in a drawing class scheduled to begin in January we are going to work on drawing leather. So as the New Year draws closer I hope to continue pushing my comfort level to do the best I possibly can with the gift the Lord has given me.

Monday, November 5, 2012

Have You Ever.....

Have you ever had the opportunity to be in an art show with your children? Well I had the opportunity to share a booth with my daughter, Tisha Clinkenbeard, for the second year in a row at the 5th Annual Genny Wood Fine Art Show in Bullard, TX this past Saturday. What a beautiful day it was!
 Tisha's beautiful photography is in the background of this photo. Her work gives me inspiration for more work than I could ever complete!

 
My artwork is shown on the left of the photo. Twenty percent of all sales went to help the Mission House in Bullard, TX which serves over one hundred families a month. They also have a drive underway with the Frankston, TX VFW to collect toys or money for children's Christmas presents. Before school begins each year the have a drive for school supplies to help the children in the Bullard, TX community.
 
The Mission House has grown from a storage closet in the First United Methodist Church of Bullard to the house that contains the food pantry and clothes closet. There is also a health clinic  because of the passionate love for children of one lady and her husband. Because of the two of them not giving up on what they believed was a calling from God the community of Bullard, TX is able to help families of the community.
 
 

 
 
This is the fifth year of the Genny Wood Fine Art Show and it gets better each year! If you are an artist and interested in joining the art show, usually the first Saturday in November, please contact me with your contact information and I will pass it on to the show coordinators.  It is held each year in conjunction with the city of Bullard, TX's Red, White and Blue Festival to honor our local veterans. Thank all military personnel for the sacrifice you make for our freedom. Again thank you.
 
 
I hope you all have a blessed day! Until later....
 
 
Elizabeth Guthrie
 

Sunday, September 30, 2012

5th Annual GENNY WOOD ART SHOW, Bullard, TX

You are invited to the 5th Annual Genny Wood Art Show and Sale benifiting the Bullard Mission House. The show and sale will be held during the Bullard, Texas, Red, White and Blue Festival, November 3, 2012 from 9 am to 5 pm in the Bullard First United Methodist Family Life Center, 211 S. Rather, Bullard, Texas 75757.

 
 
 
This is my contribution to the show, it along with other artists 6 x 6 work will be for sale for $25! This is a great opportunity to have some very wonderful works of art so get there early!! I will have a booth there along with over 30 fine artists. If you are there please stop by to say hello! Hope you can attend the show and local festivities.

COLORED PENCIL FLOWER


I have been working on this flower off and on for a year so I finally finished the painting! I started it in a colored pencil class taught by Maureen Killaby but because I work slowly I did not finish the painting by the end of the class. When I was at home I got other ideas for paintings so the flower got put on the back burner, I am often like that, push things to the back burner then pick them up later to finish.
 

Truthfully I enjoy graphite drawing as much as I enjoy colored pencil because both media stretch my capabilities in control. Some days I am much more comfortable working with graphite because of my familiarity with my tools and I see more in the black and white.  Other days I need color and head for my colored pencils.

I hope you enjoy this flower because I have started another but nothing with as many beautiful colors as this.

To those people that understand living with Essential Tremor is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get. I work hours on a small section of my pictures because my hand may decide it wants to make a sharp exit to the right, left, up or down then I have to figure out how to continue with this new “opportunity”. God never sends us on a mission unprepared if we are willing to go.

Thank you and have a blessed day!

Friday, August 24, 2012

Update on BROTHERS FOREVER

 
 
This is as far as I have gotten on the Brothers because I needed a "colored pencil fix" for my artist's mind! I will return soon to the boys but colored pencil was calling and I had to answer the call.
 
While I was on my call with colored pencil I received the greatest gift possible, my big brother, George, made me a Light Box! Now how wonderful is that! For the artistic wood craftsman my big brother hand dovetailed all of the corners and had the glass sand blasted to frost it. Now no more trips to the boathouse carrying my paper, pencils, etc. to use my make shift light table I have the best right at my fingertips!
 



Until my next update have a very blessed day.

Friday, July 27, 2012

BROTHERS FOREVER


I would like to share my current challenge in my world of art. I would like to start out by showing and explaining how I began my project. We have a glass top table in our boat house that I have ingeniously turned into a light table by placing a simple under counter light in the framework of the table; turn off the light in the boathouse and there you have a light table! I had a Homemaking teacher in high school that her favorite saying was “Necessity was the Mother of invention”!


Now to where I work after I have the ground work done for my drawing.


I have traced the large areas of the picture now I refine the details because all the lines on my drawing are mostly zigzags. I have a hard time because of my tremor making long lines so I refine the picture with short marks then refining even more as I work on the drawing.

Now for the progress I have made on my as I progress so far. I will keep you posted as I work so hopefully sooner than later I will get “Brothers Forever” finished.


 Hope you enjoy my journey with me through the completion of my drawing.

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A percentage of proceeds will be donated to International Essential Tremor Foundation to find out more about this organization and the disease of Essential Tremor visit the IETF website www.essentialtremor.org.

Sunday, July 8, 2012

13th Annual Colored Pencil CP Magazine Member Show


 Check out the 13th Annual Member Show at CP Magazine. Also check out Ann Kullberg where there is lots of information for the CP Artist.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

In The Light


I fell in love with the picture of this little girl because of the expression on her face, the way the light struck her, and most of all the challenge of her curls. I took a long time with this little girl mostly because I have an admitted fear of hair. Because of my essential  tremor it is a challenge, I mean a BIG challenge, to do any kind of hair much less the beautiful, sweaty curls on this little girl.
Did I tell you that her expression was a challenge too? See, I started “In The Light” just after I had completed “Laura” and figured I was ready to take on a project out of a classroom environment. I enlarged the original photograph to fit on an 18” x 24” sheet of paper then I placed the sheet of paper on a glass top dining table with a light underneath and began to trace the photo.  This was a large undertaking because all the lines began to look like a large zipper due to my essential tremor.  After I could not stand the zigzag of the lines anymore I removed the light source, placed the enlarged photo next to my drawing and proceed to make short freehand lines until I got the drawing to a satisfactory stage so I could begin work on her face.

I completed the background and face about six months ago then recently I decided it was time to push my limits and move forward to finish the project.  So I am sharing the finished drawing hoping all will enjoy it as much as I enjoyed working on it.

I would like to thank Betty Steed Kight for the reference photo.




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A percentage of proceeds will be donated to International Essential Tremor Foundation to find out more about this organization and the disease of Essential Tremor visit the IETF website www.essentialtremor.org.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Work In Progress

In my drawing class we are working on a woman that has olive complection, a scarf over her head, and working with a paper that has turned out not to be my favorite. But thank goodness our teacher helps encourage us to reach past our comfort zone to strive to be more than we are today. This last week as very trying to say the least. I had a problem concentrating on anything. While I drank my morning coffee my mind would be running 90 mph with all sorts of "things" from what I needed to do, what lead to use on what part of my drawing, a new picture to draw, and best one of the week which picture to complete first after this class. In addition to not being able to concentrate my tremor was rearing its ugly head by my having to hold my pencils with my right hand and steady it with my left.

Now that I have ramble on about last week I am pretty sure you get the idea of how my week went, very frustating! I found a quote in my daily bible reading material that gave me hope for how my life was going last week; "Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying 'I will try again tomorrow.' "

So here is the lady we are working on and I do look forward to finishing her then sharing the finished piece with you all.




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A percentage of proceeds will be donated to International Essential Tremor Foundation to find out more about this organization and the disease of Essential Tremor visit the IETF website www.essentialtremor.org.

Friday, April 20, 2012

Honor Bestowed


I wanted to share the honor bestowed a drawing of mine that I entered in the Henderson County Art Council at Athens, TX. It won a Blue Ribbon in the Intermediate Division!! It is also the same picture published in the International Essential Tremor Foundation's magazine "Tremor Talk", April 2011.



Thank you Maureen for talking me into showing the picture! I want to thank for your encouraging words when I get very slow in drawing new projects! You are the best.



Monday, April 16, 2012

After The Hunt

I did this colored pencil portrait in 2011 of a little girl at our church for her parents. Maddy was very interested in her "treasure". I hope you enjoy this as much as I did when working on it an I hope it brings pleasure to her parents because it was a surprise.




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A percentage of proceeds will be donated to International Essential Tremor Foundation to find out more about this organization and the disease of Essential Tremor visit the IETF website www.essentialtremor.org.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Treasures

I wanted to share my plein air treasures with all of you. They are approximately 5" X 10" done in oil before my tremor severe enough for me to have Deep Brain Stimulation surgery. I will admit I loved being outside but even then Plein Air painting was not my cup of tea so to speak. I found working to get just the atmosphere in my paintings I had to work at a faster pace than I was comfortable with, so therefore my days of Plein Air painting were short lived. I do however admire artists that are able to work in that venue.

I believe that all artists must push themselves outside their comfort zones occasionally in order to grow otherwise we artists will become stagnant in our work. I never will forget a workshop I attended as an assistant for an after school art program that Tyler Museum of Art was starting at a local day school. I was finally able to "get out of my box" with the project we were assigned and I was so excited! Even the leader of our group was excited because when I tell you that I was a "color inside the lines" person I mean just that, I "colored inside the lines"!




Barns


Farm Land

House and Barn

Waterfall


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A percentage of proceeds will be donated to International Essential Tremor Foundation to find out more about this organization and the disease of Essential Tremor visit the IETF website www.essentialtremor.org.



Saturday, March 10, 2012

Art In The Garden Fundraiser

Get your tickets here for Art in the Garden and show your support for essential tremor research initiatives.

Saturday, March 31, 2012
1:00-5:00 p.m.

Marin Art and Garden Center
Livermore Pavilion
30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.
Ross, CA 94957

Accomplished Sacramento-based watercolor artist and ET patient Fred Ekman has donated works from his collection for a silent auction and fundraiser to support essential tremor research.
Tickets: $100/guest. $80 is tax-deductible.
Get your tickets by registering online (above) or call the IETF toll free at 888.387.3667.

About the Artist


“Many years ago I felt it necessary to paint exactly on paper or canvas what I saw. Reporting accurately, that which existed in my line of sight, was critical to my success as a painter. Now, after years of studying under master teachers, I look for shapes in the landscape. I look for value differences and color temperatures in every scene,” says Fred Ekman.
About the Event

  • Peruse a variety of landscape paintings donated by Fred. Take time to speak to the him about his breathtaking work and learn about his struggles and triumphs living with essential tremor. Numerous paintings, in a variety of sizes and prices, will be available.
  • You can also bid on a Debbie Brooks designer handbag or a lovely piece of hand-crafted jewelry.
  • Enjoy the best Chardonnay and Cabernet that has ever touched your lips, generously donated by Cakebread Cellars. And as our gift to you to help you remember this special occasion, each guest will be presented with a stunning hand-painted specialty wine glass.
  • Tempt your palate with a delectable assortment of hor d’oeuvres, from mini tea sandwiches to swiss cheese souffle.
  • Then finish the afternoon off with a stroll through beautiful gardens as the sound of a harp refreshes your body and spirit.

Event proceeds support essential tremor research initiatives and education programs.

In-Kind Donations
Janis and Harvey Eisman
Southfield Gold & Diamonds
Flint, Michigan
Debbie Brooks Designed Handbag
Retail Value of $215

Betty Schwarz and the Jewels of Katy ET Support Group
Katy, Texas
Six sets of jewelry with a retail value of $225

Jack, Dolores, and Dennis Cakebread
Cakebread Cellars
Rutherford, California
12 750 ml bottles of 2010 Chardonnay, Napa Valley
12 750 ml bottles of 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley
Retail value of $1,060

Carol Rucker
Overland Park, KS
4-piece set of artistic hand crafted wine glasses
Retail value of $60


More about Fred Ekman:

Watercolor Artist with ET, Fred Ekman, Profiled in Style Magazine, February 2012

(Click image to pull up image with full article.) To learn more about Fred Ekman's artwork, please visit http://fredekman.com/

Friday, March 2, 2012

Essential Tremor Awareness Month

Everyone March is our 2nd Annual Essential Tremor Awareness Month if you are not familiar with this dibilating disease please check out the information provided by International Essential Tremor.
What is Essential Tremor?

Also known as familial tremor, benign essential tremor or hereditary tremor, essential tremor (ET) is a progressive neurological condition that causes a rhythmic trembling of the hands, head, voice, legs or trunk. It is often confused with Parkinson’s disease and dystonia. Because of stereotypes and a lack of awareness, many people with ET never seek medical care though most would benefit from treatment.

To learn more about ET, visit the links on the left for Facts about ET, coping tips, assistive technology, medications, and surgical treatments. The IETF addresses frequently asked questions. You can also request an information packet about ET.

Essential Tremor vs. Parkinson's Disease: How Do They Differ?
Members of the IETF Medical Advisory Board created a simple reference guide that lists basic distinctions between ET and PD signs and symptoms.

There are many of us with ET that cope well enough to be very productive. On the IETF website under the heading ET Stories you will find several stories of creative people with ET. Also on Facebook International Essential Tremor Foundation has a wonder page for conversation with others that have ET and makes for a great online support group.

Please join us in our effort to spread the word about Essential Tremor.

Elizabeth Guthrie

Monday, February 27, 2012

A Horse Is A Horse Of Course

Well my drawing class has begun, really we are into our third week of the six weeks working on "The Horse'. You see making small circles are a big challenge for me but that is how our teacher, Maureen Killaby, works and it is beautiful! I can do them although it takes me longer and what would be the purpose of taking the class if I was not going to apply the techniques being taught? Do I hope that I may someday be good enough to have my work in someones collection? Yes, but if not I will have done my best with the talents the Lord has so generously given to me and hopefully I will have been able to give something back to the Creator.

Back to my original thought of "The Horse", some in our class like naming our work but this Horse escapes names for me. Do you have any ideas for a name? I am posting a preview of the work in progress with the finished drawing to come later (much later). I have at least four pieces of artwork on the "to finish" list but I will get there!



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A percentage of proceeds will be donated to International Essential Tremor Foundation to find out more about this organization and the disease of Essential Tremor visit the IETF website www.essentialtremor.org.


Wednesday, February 15, 2012

March Is 2nd Annual Essential Tremor Awareness Month

Since March is the 2nd Annual Essential Tremor Awareness Month I would like to invite all artists that have been diagnosed with ET to an Online Art Exhibit at my blog. I would like to feature an artist a day, or more depending on the response, for the month of March. If you are interested please visit my blog at www.EFrancisGuthrie.blogspot.com from there you may email me. I will need 1 photo of your work, a short biography, and your email, blog or website so people may contact you. If we could raise any funds for IETF would be great I would like to raise as much awareness as possible about ET and to inform people about IETF.  I have had ET since I was 19, diagnosed in my 30’s and had Deep Brain Stimulation surgery when I was 58.  I worked in oils until I discovered graphite and colored pencil about 10 years ago now they are my mediums of choice. I like portraits and hands because both tell their own story of our lives but I am always exploring something new. I hope other artists are interested in bringing awareness to ET through this venue.

Saturday, February 4, 2012

New Avenues Explored

Well you remember last time I was exploring Sculpey clay and colored pencil. I will admit that this work did not take me along the artistic lines that I first envisioned but I did learn from the experience. I did not like the effect that colored pencil had on the flower so I used acrylic paint to accomplish what I had in mind. Using the paint brush was an accomplishment in itself with my shaky hands that sometime have a mind of their own. For the background I used watercolor and colored chalk, using a small stiff brush to blend the chalk.

After all that I attached the background to the mat then attached the flower to the background. Placing the flower just where I wanted it was another feat in itself but I feel I learned from the experience. Will I do it again? Probably not anytime soon because I am starting a drawing class Tuesday night and it is my understanding we will be working on drawing a horse. That too will be something new and challenging!


Completd flower influenced by Tisha Clinkenbeard.

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A percentage of proceeds will be donated to International Essential Tremor Foundation to find out more about this organization and the disease of Essential Tremor visit the IETF website www.essentialtremor.org.


Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Exploring New Avenues

Guess what I have been exploring today, Sculpey clay! I thought I would try this medium with my colored pencil, my daughter's photography along with a small black mat got me to thinking outside my comfort zone. I have to say if this comes out half the way I hope it will I will certainly get a picture of it posted! Today it took me about three hours to work the clay because I had a challenge with my hands and fingers being still enough to place the clay where I wanted it to be. But all in all I had lots of fun and concentrated on something new even if it doesn't turn out the way I envisioned I will have taken something beneficial away.

This is what I am working on I hope you can tell what it looks like after baking. Now starts the other fun part; working on the Sculpey flower with my colored pencils!


I will tell you that this is not all I am working on at the present time I also have a portrait in graphite on the drawing table. Plus in a couple of weeks I am starting another drawing class with my favorite teacher, Maureen Killaby.


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A percentage of proceeds will be donated to International Essential Tremor Foundation to find out more about this organization and the disease of Essential Tremor visit the IETF website www.essentialtremor.org.

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Ms. Martha

This is the work I started in class in November and finally finished! I don’t know the lady we were trying to learn how to do eye glasses and gray hair so I am proud of the finished drawing. As I said I do not know the model although she speaks volumes to me with her eyes and attitude that are very visible.

We have all known someone at some time or other that told you who they were without saying a word. To me when I look at Ms. Martha I see a very strong yet venerable lady.  I also see someone I know all too well. The tilt of her head, the way she holds her tells me she is sure and confident with whom she is.
It took me a little longer to finish Ms. Martha because once I got to the eyeglasses my Essential Tremor raised its ugly head.  When this happened I had to start making one short mark at a time until I could get them the way they were supposed to be but then came the task of making the glare marks, this we did not have time to cover in class. Our teacher was kind enough to email everyone suggestions on the procedure on how to accomplish this, with the caution to try it out on scrap paper before actually doing it on our “masterpieces”. Good advice, Maureen!



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A percentage of proceeds will be donated to International Essential Tremor Foundation to find out more about this organization and the disease of Essential Tremor visit the IETF website www.essentialtremor.org.

Friday, January 6, 2012

Another Day At The Beach

Well this is my last beach picture of my trip to Martha's Vineyard. We have all gone to the beach with our "cover up" on but how long do we usually keep it on?  Well my friends loved to take pictures while at the beach and at the most unlikely times catching each one in our of us at the most unflattering moments. Goodness how I miss all the giggles and fun we shared for five years in a row.

You know time always changes things no matter how good it seems so in my drawings I have tried to portray our great times together.

This drawing was featured in International Essential Tremor Foundation's magazine Tremor Talk, April 2011. You can learn more about Essential Tremor at www.essentialtremor.org.



Beach Cover Up
Image size 9" x 12"
Colored Pencil on Bristol

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A percentage of proceeds will be donated to International Essential Tremor Foundation to find out more about this organization and the disease of Essential Tremor visit the IETF website www.essentialtremor.org.

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Days of Sunshine


Beach Reading
Image Size 8" x 6.5"
Colored Pencil
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If you have ever been to the beach you have spotted someone enjoying the sun while reading their favorite book. While my friends and I were on Martha's Vineyard we would spend at least one day at Bunches of Grapes Bookstore picking out just the right book to take with us to the beach. On occasion we would take the game Upwords, when we did that we carried along the paperback dictionary and a three minute timer. The dictionary was for those of us when it came our turn and we needed to make words that they were indeed words. The timer was for the slower more scholastic of the group.

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A percentage of proceeds will be donated to International Essential Tremor Foundation to find out more about this organization and the disease of Essential Tremor visit the IETF website www.essentialtremor.org.