I like hanging around with frogs.
I have fun doing what I love.
My painting, Distant Memories, was in a show at the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild.
Eulalie, pronounced U' la lee is an award winning southwestern artist. Friends often call her by her nickname, Lee Brown. She currently lives near Tucson, Arizona where she explores the color and light of the southwest. She paints in layers to create depth and interest on the finished surface. She evokes an emotion, a sense of place, in her art.
Eulalie enjoys working in water media on paper or canvas. Color, shape and texture dominate her images. She likes to play with color and mark making. She enjoys transparent and opaque paints.
Eulalie has achieved the status of Saguaro Fellow in the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild. She frequently exhibits in the juried shows in their gallery. Her work has recently been shown at the Sonoran Desert Museum, the Tubac Center for the Arts, the Sedona Arts Center where she received First Place in the Northern Arizona Watercolor Society show, and the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce.
Eulalie’s experiences include studying art at Parson’s School of Design in New York. She received her BA in Art Education from C.W. Post College on Long Island. She holds an MA in Special Education from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. She taught in the Pikes Peak region for many years. She worked in Colorado Springs as a painter, digital artist, website designer, and teacher. She was a member of the Bridge Art Gallery, the Colorado Springs Art Guild and the Pixilated Palette Art Group in Denver. She has received many awards for her art work.
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I used actual string in this painting and couldn't resist naming it after String Theory.
My painting, Inside Outside, is part of the thought-provoking virtual exhibition from the University of Arizona Museum of Art. It deals with the isolation we all experience as we stay in our homes and watch the count of infections and deaths resulting from the pandemic.
The exhibit is Picturing 2020 A Community Reflects. The University selected meaningful works from their permanent collection to go with the show.
Inside Outside was created during the early part of the pandemic when we first followed the stay at home guidelines. An abstract beginning as a study of the complementary colors of yellow and blue violet it quickly developed a structure of its own. The yellow became a housing unit. There are letters representing words inside the building. You are inside and connect with the world by reading, listening to news, and even social media.
On the outside of the building are numbers. Numbers are addresses, units, people. We become a count, a statistic of positive results, infections, and death.
We are isolated in our units. We are coping