Elizabeth Moore Golding

Elizabeth Moore Golding

Elizabeth Moore Golding

  • Biography

    As a child I was encouraged to draw on any of the large envelopes and cartridge paper to be found around our house. There were always art materials available as my mother who had trained to be a fashion artist in the 1930s could never shake the habit of sketching people. It just seemed right for me to do the same. At the Ruth Tuck School of Art in Adelaide I learnt to be generous with watercolour and to use a dip pen to describe images. Ruth encouraged colour and movement and characterful images and to be impressionistic. I still love to paint people and love colour. 

    Then after a number of years of teaching children and adults and enjoying the occasional moments of artwork, in 2015 I was invited to join the untutored Victorian Artists Society Friday Group  to paint live models. This was just what I wanted. To be surrounded in the VAS studio by talented and multi awarded  artists is very fulfilling and a pleasure to be expressive without the pressure of performing.

    I love to view original paintings in galleries, to look closely to try and detect colours used and follow the brush strokes. I particularly love impressionistic and fauvist art, but I don’t wish to slavishly follow someone else’s style of painting.  

  • Website

    www.lizmooregolding.com

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Elizabeth Moore Golding

Singapore jungle
43 x 33 cm pens and watercolour on 300gsm Arches $550.00

Elizabeth Moore Golding

In praise of older men.
54 x 44 cm oil on wood panel $1,350.00

Elizabeth Moore Golding

Summer dawn, Gariwerd (Grampians)
53 x 70 cm pens and watercolour on 300gsm Arches $1,200.00

Elizabeth Moore Golding

Felicity city woman
64 x 54 cm oil on wood panel $1,350.00

Elizabeth Moore Golding

Isle of Mull, Tobermory, Lighthouse walk
53 x 70 cm pens and watercolour on 300gsm Arches $1,200.00