Below are examples of some of the traditional mediums you can find from Elizabeth "Alysathena" Elichelberger's art collection. Everything from paintings to graphite sketches is pictured below.
Simple Graphite Sketches Examples
Elizabeth can be found most evenings relaxing by sketching with a simple mechanical graphite pencil. Most of her sketches, that she fondly calls doodles, are preliminary ideas for paintings. Presently she has several series of sketches awaiting to be painted, from a fairy series to a zodiac series.
Artwork created using pencils.
Painted Artwork Examples
At any given moment, Elizabeth Eichelberger has a minimum of 13 paintings in progress. The mediums Elizabeth uses vary from watercolors to oils. Most paintings are done on the traditional stretched canvas. However, Elizabeth also paints on wood and virtually any other surface she can find.
Elizabeth has been proud to donate her works, each year participating in the annual Flood The Streets With Art event, as well as donating works recently to The Harn Museum of Art for a charity auction.
Artwork created using acrylic, oil, or watercolor paint.