Elizabeth Becker

Sang the Swallow

Illustrator

Elizabeth immediately drew us in with her tactile watercolor illustrations. Her eye is feminine and invites the viewer to join her on the page. The subject is sometimes alone on a white background, allowing us to paint the backdrop in our minds. Whether your wonder is a mountaintop, the lake’s edge, or a busy farmer’s market, we love that Elizabeth lets you fill in the blanks of her beautiful work.

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Of course, her colorful landscapes are not to be missed either – make sure to see them in her Etsy store.

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Allowing the watercolors to have a life of their own, as they bleed together and slowly bloom, is liberating to me — It’s an act of letting go.

In Elizabeth’s Words

“Art has been my ‘center’ for as long as I can remember. I feel I’m my best self when I am looking at, discussing, thinking about and creating art. I believe there is nothing better than getting lost in your work, going inward to create a reflection of the soul, then sharing it with someone else. I’ve worked with a variety of media, but it’s the spontaneity and immediacy of watercolor that feels the most organic to me. Allowing the watercolors to have a life of their own, as they bleed together and slowly bloom, is liberating to me — It’s an act of letting go.”

Paintings (C) 2015 Sang The Swallow

Elizabeth Becker is an artist living in Pennsylvania. Be sure to follow along (and purchase her work) through the links below.