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Buttercups and Lemonade by Elizabeth Jose
Broken Spoke Saloon, Lowell by Elizabeth Jose
Beautiful Downtown Lowell, Arizona by Elizabeth Jose
Coffee in the Shade by Elizabeth Jose
Route 66, Somewhere in California by Elizabeth Jose
Orange Light on Red Rocks by Elizabeth Jose
Canyon de Chelly by Elizabeth Jose
Shelter from the Approaching Storm by Elizabeth Jose
California Honeymoon by Elizabeth Jose
Sunrise near Amarillo by Elizabeth Jose
Have yourself a shiny little Christmas by Elizabeth Jose
Christmas in the Snow by Elizabeth Jose
Tree Tunnel by Elizabeth Jose
The Pink Hitchhikers by Elizabeth Jose
Flamingo Migration by Elizabeth Jose
The Shadow of the Three Gossips Arches Utah by Elizabeth Jose
Wildflowers in Angel Fire by Elizabeth Jose
Reflections on an Airstream by Elizabeth Jose
Santa Elena Canyon, Big Bend by Elizabeth Jose
Catching the Moon by Elizabeth Jose
Sunset on the Mesa by Elizabeth Jose
Spider Rock, Canyon de Chelly by Elizabeth Jose
Baby, it's Cold Outside by Elizabeth Jose
Nighttime Cruise by Elizabeth Jose
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About Elizabeth Jose
Elizabeth Jose is a British artist living in Taos, New Mexico. Already an accomplished portrait artist, she was inspired by the breathtaking scenery of Taos to begin painting landscapes after moving here over a decade ago. Her work is represented by Sage Fine Art Gallery in Taos.
Jose and her partner have refurbished a vintage Airstream trailer and travel to beautiful locations to create inspiration for her paintings. "I love shiny things and painting reflections is challenging but great fun".
"I have always been a most curious 'people-watcher,' so it is no surprise that I am drawn to portraiture" says Jose. "I enjoy the process of trying to capture not only the idiosyncratic features of the person but also some aspect of their energy and character." She is happy to accept portrait commissions.
She finds inspiration in her mountain home, "Taos' truly breathtaking scenery makes it a joy to live here. Capturing the colors of the changing seasons keeps me inspired to go out with my easel and paints, even throughout the cold winters we have here. My deep pleasure from the beauty of nature and the fascinating variety of the human experience instills the hope that I can share that pleasure, through my vision."