Friday, December 4, 2015

DEAR TO MY HEART

I would like to share my latest work titled DEAR TO MY HEART because it is a picture of our female Jack Russell Abbye. She was 14 years, 7 months, and 11 days old when she crossed that rainbow bridge. This drawing is taken from when she was in her feisty, squirrel chasing days and that is how she will be remembered. Her last squirrel conquest which she was so proud of was brought to the front door of our home and proudly placed on the doormat while she proceeded to announce to us her prize  and wanted us to see.



All images © of Elizabeth Francis Guthrie. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of the images or material on this blog without written, express permission from Elizabeth Francis Guthrie are strictly prohibited. Links may be used provided that credit is given to Elizabeth Francis Guthrie and to EFrancisGuthrie.com with a link to the original content.

Proceeds will be donated to Shriner's Children's Hospital and 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, October 3, 2015

HONORED TO BE IN ANN KULLBERG'S OCTOBER COLOR MAGAZINE

I feel very honored to be in the "Spotlight" section of Ann Kullberg's October 2015 COLOR a colored pencil magazine!  The link to the magazine is:  http://annkullberg.com/collections/cp-magazine-2013-issues



I have tried to take on my journey of my art while  living with Essential Tremor, in this article Ann does a beautiful job of telling my story. Thank you for telling my story so well. I feel that God has given me a gift of my painting so I could be a witness for him. Through him all things are possible.



Friday, July 31, 2015

ALL THINGS ARE BEAUTIFUL

I don't usually take commissions because they take me so long and most of all I am always nervous as to whether the person commissioning the art will be happy with the finished piece. So when my friend showed me a picture of her daughter on a very special horse I could not resist the challenge. Her daughter was so short she couldn't even reach the stirrups with her feet! Another part of the challenge was I had never done a horse in colored pencil. Can you tell I love a challenge? Yes the horse is HUGE.


The reference photo was given to me by my friend. The picture is 18x20 on Strathmore with Polochromo, Pablo and Lumance colored pencils.

All images © of Elizabeth Francis Guthrie. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of the images or material on this blog without written, express permission from Elizabeth Francis Guthrie are strictly prohibited. Links may be used provided that credit is given to Elizabeth Francis Guthrie and to EFrancisGuthrie.blogspot.com with a link to the original content.

All proceeds for my art work goes to Shriner's Children's Hospital.

WAITING MY TURN

While going through radiation earlier this year I finished a project I had started a year ago but with moving last year then finding out I had breast cancer I had put it away for a rainy day. Well here in East Texas we had plenty of "rainy days" therefore it got finished! And I was blessed with it being purchased as soon as I got finished with it.

 
They are graphite and carbon on 18x20 Strathmore Paper. It really was a lot of fun once I got back in the groove of work!

All images © of Elizabeth Francis Guthrie. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of the images or material on this blog without written, express permission from Elizabeth Francis Guthrie are strictly prohibited. Links may be used provided that credit is given to Elizabeth Francis Guthrie and to EFrancisGuthrie.blogspot.com with a link to the original content.

All proceeds from my art work is donated to the Shriner's Children's Hospital 

Saturday, January 3, 2015

2014 Comes to an end!!! 2015 look out here I come.....

I would like to share a couple of class projects that I finished in 2014. I love portraits, it does not matter if  it is graphite or colored pencil. I especially love children because of the looks of innocence on their faces or body  language. I hope you enjoy these as much as I enjoyed making them.


FOOTPRINTS  IN THE SAND



INNOCENT WONDER