A Los Angeles Watercolor Artist & Storyteller
Have you been searching for a unique Los Angeles watercolor artist that wants to show viewers things that they don’t see every day? Elizabeth Covington intends to do precisely that and so much more. Her focus on expression and storytelling can get to the heart of a variety of issues, tell a diverse array of stories that pertain to the human condition, and promote empathy, awareness, and kindness. One of Covington’s most standout pieces is easily the powerful “Nigerian House Girl,” a tender and intimate portrait of a young woman showered in mellow, yet vibrant colors. It is an excellent example of Covington’s soft and dreamy style that adds a touch of the surreal to everyday realities. “Nigerian House Girl” is available as an original, print, greeting card, or poster. You can catch Covington at “Art in the Park” in Newport Beach from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, September 28th, where she will have prints, posters, greeting cards, and originals available for purchase. You can also find her at the Pasadena Art Walk on Green Street, between El Molino Avenue and Oakland Avenue, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on October 12th. Whether you’re an art aficionado or a dedicated collector, if you’re looking for a Los Angeles watercolor artist that tells stories that might otherwise go unheard, Elizabeth Covington has a wide selection of works for you to choose from. For more information about upcoming events or Covington’s work, you can contact her directly at Liz@CovingtonWatercolors.com.