BETSY EBY'S STUDIO: 8 Inspirations

June 16, 2011



Remember my interview
with artist
Betsy Eby?

Thought you might appreciate
a glimpse of her
beautiful self
in poetic motion
and 8 ways to
draw inspiration
from her loveliness.

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Inspiration No.1
The artist herself.
Contemplative in her island studio.



Inspiration No. 2
Thoughtful work executed on canvas.



Inspiration No. 3
Magical pigments.



Inspiration No. 4
Ripples in water.



Inspiration No. 5
Simple dropcloths.



Inspiration No. 6
Tranquil seclusion.



Inspiration No. 7
Natural light.


all images, Betsy Eby

Inspiration No. 8
Symphonies of expression.
(from Scales and Measures exhibit)

we learn
"Eby was born in a small coastal town in Oregon
where she was influenced early on by
the sea, forests and swamps.
She now shares her time between
Seattle and Maine.

Classical music, which she has practiced
since a young age, is a dominant influence
in her life and painting, contributing
to the rhythmic quality of her compositions.

Through a restraint in palette and nuance
of surface, Eby’s works exhibit a
luminous radiance.
In these paintings a meditation is
offered up to those who are willing."


Betsy's latest exhibit is
Arrangements.

Peace to you right where you are.



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15 comments

  1. Ever since you introduced us to Betsy, I have been a huge fan, I love the radiant yet serene quality of her paintings. I can see her influences of nature and classical music in her work. They are stunning and this is a beautiful post.

    Happy weekend, my lovely!

    Meera xx

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  2. I've seen her with her husband on a magazine before. I'm trying to remember which one. I felt in love with their philosophy of life. She seems to be a fascinating person.


    Did you have fun with your friend yesterday?

    Enjoy your weekend, my friend!

    xo

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

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  3. This post is so beautiful from Betsy herself right down to the stunning magical place she lives. I love her paintings for their soothing colors.

    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Debra

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  4. Well.....? How did it go with your blog friend? It is just like a date, isn't it?!! I've only met one other blogger and I found it hard to stop myself from staring!!!

    Sarahx

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  5. you are hilarious, sarah! lunch was great with stacey who is right up there on this thread!

    i'm nutty about betsy's work, and if you would like to see paintings OF the beautiful artist, go to her husband's site bobartlett.com

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  6. Oh my, this is, she is gorgeous and her work is beautiful! What an amazing place to be inspired.
    xo

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  7. Thank you for first introducing me to this amazing artist and giving us a glimpse more of her work - wow, her studio and it's location are so beautiful, it'd be hard not to be inspired in such surroundings.

    Gorgeous post my dear! xxx

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  8. Stunning! I loved her the first time you posted about her work, it really is amazing.
    xo,
    s

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  9. Just dropping by to wish you a blessed week, M!!!


    xo


    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

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  10. What a beautiful setting - could it be any more ideal??

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  11. Lovely!! I really love how her whole surroundings are simple white, like a canvas.....white house, white walls....
    It's really interesting.

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  12. Truly an inspiring place she has. Such a lovely setting.

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