All in the EyesFeb 9 - Mar 10, 2013
Opening Reception: Feb 10, 2:00-4:00pm
In portraiture, their expressions, inner beauty and strengths are what are deemed most important and hopefully inherent in each image. Drawn from ideas of strength, rage, beauty and humanity that are in each of us and make us the people we are, may be also seen in nature. Each subject is defined by ever-changing moods, unique emotion, and their own style, grace, and color. While they might not be perfect, the subtle qualities beneath the surface that shine through are what make each meaningful to me.
Elisabeth has created her own photography business connected to her photographic interest; portraiture. Elisabeth’s personal photographic work explores portraiture. Her work has been shown in many national group shows. Recently in Gallery Z’s AFROCENTRIC: From the Perspective of Black Women, and Marblehead Artist Association’s New Member Show. Also multiple solo showings in the New England area. Recently, October 2011, Neville had a collaborative show with her late Father at The Griffin Museum in Winchester MA., with her photography and his sketches. “Eidetic Image”. Elisabeth has also been closely involved with many artists associations, national and international. Presently she is a member of the Marblehead and Salem Artist Association, Artists Under the Dome initiative, working for the rights of Artists involved with the Copyright Alliance.