Are you looking for gorgeous animal watercolors to give to loved ones or to adorn your own walls? Look no further than the quality pieces offered by Liz Covington. This award-winning veteran watercolor artist is frequently featured in galleries all over Los Angeles and provides a unique perspective on both art and life itself. 

Covington, a Minnesota native, is a staple in the Los Angeles art scene. Whether you’re entranced by surreal, glassy watercolor portraits or love soft, multidimensional landscapes and vibrant floral pieces, Covington’s repertoire is both vast and unique all at once.

Covington’s animal portraits focus heavily on dogs, particularly bulldogs. Even today, she paints gorgeous portraits of French bulldogs like this one. You may be surprised to know that this adorable breed is the sixth most popular in the United States!

If you’re looking for a fun activity that honors history, consider going to the Alkebulan Cultural Center’s gallery for their Black History Month exhibit. Covington has four artworks featured there that will be available to view until February 29. 

Want to check out this beautiful gallery chock-full of unique works by black artists celebrating their history? You can go to 1435 N. Raymond Ave., Pasadena, CA, 91103

Covington also consistently creates new pieces to share, including this one titled “Ms. Minstrel.” This 10.5″ x 14.5″ piece is a watercolor painting based on a photo from a trip to Covington took to Dublin. This professional mime was mimicking and smiling at passersby, and Covington wanted to capture her sly, mischievous, and whimsical aura. This piece was created on Arches 140 lb. watercolor paper with tube pigments.

Whether you want to add to your collection of animal watercolors or you’re looking for exciting new watercolor art from Los Angeles artists, Liz Covington’s work is bright, lively, and has a little something for everyone. For more information about Covington’s art, or to find out about upcoming events, you can contact the artist at