Want to give a gift that lasts a lifetime? Consider the evergreen nature of art. One painting offers endless interpretations, sentiments, and feelings for whoever views it. Each piece can be woven into your personal story, giving it more significance and weight both as a part of your private collection or as a gift. Liz Covington’s art seeks to meet this need by producing original works, prints, and other items that feature luminous watercolors for all to enjoy.

Covington’s work offers a different perspective, both literally and figuratively. This piece, for example, shows a unique view of the Eiffel Tower, an angle that seasoned travelers may remember fondly from their own trips to Paris.

The Alkebulan Cultural Center in Pasadena finished its Black History Month exhibition, where Covington displayed four distinctive portraits, including such figures as a Yoruba matriarch, Barack Obama, a Nigerian servant girl, and an abstraction of jazz music.

On March 8, you can find Covington at the reception for a Valley Watercolor Society exhibition. The showing itself runs from March 3 to March 28, and features one of Covington’s iconic florals as well as “Abstract Woman II.” This exhibition will take place at the San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural Center on 18312 Oxnard St., Tarzana, CA, 91356.

One of Covington’s impressionistic landscapes was chosen for the 50th annual Louisiana Watercolor Society’s International exhibition. The piece will be available for viewing May 2-22, The LWS, founded in 1968, is dedicated to advancing art that is painted in transparent or opaque watercolors on paper (also called “watermedia”). Unvarnished water-soluble casein, acrylic, and gouache are also considered a part of this category.

Liz Covington’s work offers a beautiful balance of technique, color, and storytelling to delight seasoned collectors and art aficionados alike. For more information about Covington’s works or upcoming events, you can contact the artist at Liz@CovingtonWatercolors.com or follow her artistic journeys on Instagram.