What happened to painting freely like a child? To get that freedom back, let go of all preconceived ideas about the outcome of your work. Use your body movements to transfer energy to paper. Enjoy the process and materials!
A fourth-generation Californian living in Los Osos, Elizabeth ?Libby? Tolley is a signature member of Oil Painters of America, the National Watercolor Society and Alla Prima International. She?s also an elected member of the American Artists Professional League. Her work has raised funds for groups as diverse as the Mozart Festival, the Nature Conservancy and the Perinatal Substance Abuse program. She has paintings on display in the capitol building in Sacramento, California, and in the Washington, D.C., office of U.S. Congresswoman Lois Capps. Her work has appeared widely in magazines, books and national exhibits, and is held at the Smithsonian Institution?s Archives of American Art.