Moving into a new ‘old’ house, one that is a project, to say the least, is an amazing “blank canvas” opportunity… Yesterday I began and completed a giant wave across three canvases to make a huge wall-filler for the bathroom… Pretty pleased with end result… emulsion, chalk, tempera powder and acrylic paint.
Work began in earnest on the 8×4 panels of cemflex board which will cover this bland brick wall and create an exciting and colourful view for the residents of ‘The Rectory’ Care Home in Taunton. Artist Liz, of Busylizzie Art has designed a huge mural to fill the space, consisting of a large tree in […]
If you want to create a “wow” on entry, Liz of Busylizzie Art will transform your foyer with a hand-painted panel or a whole ‘all walls’ painting… Resources 4 Learning in Bridgwater, now have a wise-words wall, with quotation from Dr Seuss: “The more that you read, the more you will know…the more things you […]
“The more that you read, the more things you know… The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go…” Dr Seuss Words chosen by Karen Horsfield and the Resources for Learning staff, interpreted by Busylizzie Art as a countryside scene, where a young headgehog, under the watchful eye of two wiser friends is […]
Today is national Small Business Saturday. I’m set up in Taunton Branch of Santander, showing off what I do….
Finally getting around to painting at home, in the kitchen…. I am trying to tie together the soft pear coloured walls with the ‘dandelion clocks’ curtain fabric and my love of chickens and cockerels…. Here’s how it’s going… Bunting painted this morning and chicken & cockerel added this evening….around midnight!!! If […]
Members of South Dartmoor College’s Ashmoor Community Sports Centre using the spinning studio, can now literally follow the tour!!!! The view of the finish line in a stage of the Tour de France has been ‘customised’ and painted by me, Liz, of Busylizzie Art…. The scene shows the road and cyclists heading into the […]
Busylizzie Art is both pleased and proud to have been commissioned to create a new look for the corridors at Leigham Primary School, Plymouth during August 2015. Even before completion, painting rolling hills and rippling waves along corridor walls has begun to create some cohesion in this large Plymouth primary school… Plans were created, colour combinations […]
Today saw the final additions to the wall painting at Shakees…and I have to say, I was in my element! Small details were added, to bring the wall to life…..4 ladybirds, 2 bees, a bounding bunny, a butterfly and a caterpillar ‘crept’ into the picture…. As my time as their ‘adopted artist’ draws […]