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 Elizabeth Scholder's Art Studio

These Days Art, studio by Elizabeth Scholder is on the western end of Monument Ave., in Richmond, Virginia. You may contact Elizabeth by phone or email to schedule a visit.  All of her artwork, ranging from large oil paintings to prints and stationery is for sale.  You may want to commission her to paint a mural or portrait. Elizabeth teaches art at the studio, specializing in painting and drawing for teenagers to adults.  She also offers an enjoyable alternative for social events—“pArties,” in which 6-8 people can gather at These Days for a painting, or similar art activity.  Elizabeth can also go to your venue to present the art activity.

Elizabeth has been an artist all her life, quite literally.  Her first published works were in a physiology textbook at age 17.  She did a lot of freelance work while raising her family, including over 90 illustrations of people in a manual for educators.  She taught high school and college art for about 25 years, and began teaching adults' art at Cocoa
Beach LIbrary in 2014. Today, she takes commissions and teaches adults at her 
studio in Richmond, Virginia,

Upcoming Events

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Water color ‘n Wine workspace

Please come to the second sociable event at These Days Studio.  It is sure to be an 

enjoyable time water coloring, and sipping wine.  Eliz can help anyone be good at the painting!

 

June 15, Thursday, 5:00- 6:30.  At the studio

Material provided: 11 x 14” water color paper, brushes and paints to use during the class; 2 small glasses of wine, light refreshment

 

Class is limited to 8 people for comfortable spacing, and so Eliz can help you all with your art.  Reserve your spot by sending an email with your name, phone and address to Elizabeth, and paying class feeof $25 to elizascholder@gmail.com on Venmo.

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Elizabeth Scholder

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She also offers an enjoyable alternative for social events— “pArties,” in which 6-8 people can gather at These Days for a painting or similar art activity.

Brandon's Dandelion 

Elizabeth has been an artist all her life, quite literally.  Her first published works were in a physiology textbook at age 17.  She did a lot of freelance work while raising her family, including over 90 illustrations of people in a manual for educators.  She taught high school and college art for about 25 years, and began teaching adult art at the Cocoa Beach Library, Florida, in 2104.  Elizabeth has produced commissioned pieces such as murals and portraits since the early 2000’s.  Her work has been displayed at galleries in New York, Canada, Virginia, and Florida, earning “Best in Show” in several exhibitions.  She has both her BFA and MS from Syracuse University.