I work with mixed media , depending on the subject . I am a retired RGN and after several decades of working on the wards around the UK, rediscovered my love of painting , not having had the “me” time until retiral....just love it.
My impressionistic, acrylic landscapes are mostly of Bute, the scenic beauty and the ever changing light a joy to capture. Such an inspiring island.
“The way we were” watercolour range was initially inspired from old photographs and old family tales of village life in Kilchattan Bay...these are now in card and print form with an occasional original appearing!
My mixed media cards of highland dancing children was again inspired by the amazing wealth of dancing talent we have on Bute...I have tried to capture the fun and determination to succeed in these youngsters!
Original art, prints and cards plus my acrylic Bute Minis, on plywood, ready to be hung unframed or framed, will be on show at the 2019 Trail. Look forward to seeing you.
Liz Wren Art
The Way We Were
Autumn scene at The Kingarth crossroads
Sunrise over the old Quay
Vital Spark by Liz Wren
Blair’s Ferry, Ardlamont...an impression
Low tide on a winter’s morning at the Straad”
The Three Islands - Bute, Inchmarnock & Arran by Liz Wren
Kilchattan Bay Sunrise at the Old Quay
Acrylic, The Lighthouse at Glencallum Bay, Isle of Bute
Kilchattan Old Quay
Misty day looking over to Holy Island from the West Rd, Bute