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Elizabeth Hoskinson

Elizabeth Hoskinson

Saint Augustine, FL

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Elizabeth is a multi-media artist and art has always been a passion of hers from the time she was very young. She is inspired by color, texture, pattern, and the unexpected, but most of all by all things that hold "potential."

One of the many things that shaped Elizabeth's thinking was the movie, 'Dead Poets Society' where Robin Williams encourages his students to stand on their desks and look at life from a different perspective. This scene gave Elizabeth an important piece of information about the world around her and that not all perspectives come from behind one's own eyes.

Elizabeth also strives to constantly look for new angles to tell the most common of stories, whether it's through painting, photography, or an abandoned piece of furniture. Her goal is to see the world with a fresh angle and to share that with her audiences in an effort to offer an alternative from the ordinary and expected.

Elizabeth holds a BFA in Ceramic Sculpture from the University of Tampa in Tampa, Florida and a M. Ed. with a Specialization in Interdisciplinary Arts from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Elizabeth has taught art to children and adults across the globe from Florida to New York, Paris, and Cairo and as far away as the Mediterranean island of Malta.

She worked in the computer software industry for a number of years training Mental Health Care professionals to use a computer software program. Through life's many twists and turns, she decided to get back to her creative roots and has started a business painting murals, faux finishing, and repurposing furniture using graphic images, hand-painted designs, as well as a number of other techniques.

*You can also find me at www.fixr.com Blue Buddha Designs

 

Live Performance by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Is She Coming? by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Contemplation by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Three Blind Mice by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

The Question Is... by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Transformation Takes Time by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Turning in on Oneself by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Mighty Lion by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Time is All Around us by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Walking Through Time by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Steampunk Bracelet I by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Jellyfish XII by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Jellyfish VIII by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Jellyfish VII by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Jellyfish VI by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Jellyfish IV by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Jellyfish III by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Floating Along by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Jellyfish II by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Divine Dancer by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Liquid Elegance by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Backflip by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Divine Dancer II by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Mighty Lion by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Mother and Child by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Bridge of Lions by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

The Girls are all Here by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Up in my Grill by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

St Photios Greek Shrine by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Architectural Interest by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Inquiring Minds Want to Know by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Glass Ghosts by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Pedro Menendez de Aviles by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Just Walk In by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Hot Ride at the Casa Monica by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Saint Augustine Architecture by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Guardian Lion by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Music Man IV by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Music Man III by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Music Man II by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Music Man I by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

The Crusades I by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Lights of Notre Dame by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Just Some Monkey Business by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Songbird by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Mr Handsome II by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

The Falls by Elizabeth Hoskinson

 

Rapids at Watkins Glen by Elizabeth Hoskinson