April 10, 2017By Elizabeth AustinArt Cards, Uncategorized No Comments

16 x 20 watercolour on paper – sold The was the painting that was used on the invitation to my solo show that was held at the University Women’s Club at Hycroft.  Hycroft is an majestic heritage building that was built in 1909 by General Aleander Duncan McRae and is located in Vancouver’s Shaughnessy area.  The … Read More


April 8, 2017By Elizabeth AustinWood Work No Comments

The word notch is defined as an indentation on an edge or a surface.  The name Notch came from the indentations on the wood used for the hull.  A happy little sail boat rigged as a sloop.

Gratitude Angels

April 5, 2017By Elizabeth AustinWood Work No Comments

My Gratitude Angels are a rudimentary looking angel, painted simplistically on on rustic beach wood. Their intended purpose is to hang on a door knob or to stand on a windowsill to remind us to stop for a wee moment be grateful for where we are and what we have.