Elizabeth Fairgrieve | Paintings

With her abstracts Elizabeth showed a sense of freedom and confidence in exploring her art. Though she had trained in Sumi-e, Elizabeth's sensibility was natural, untutored, eclectic, her own - and what comes through is her breadth, her whimsy, and her grace.

image The Big Bang circa 1990
image Floating Blue circa 1995
image Number Nine circa 1990
image Full Moon circa 2000
image Ecstatic Dance circa 2010
image Obata's Mountain circa 2010
image Black Moon circa 2005
image Heart circa 1995
image The Wave 2010
image Cosmic Egg 1992
image Going Home 1987
image Number 4 1989
image Untitled 1989
image Pain Attack 1994
image Why Did Bodhidharma Come To China? 1993
image Energy Churning 1995
image Untitled 2002
image Molten Dreams 1988
image Inspiration 1986
image Down But Not Out 1991
image Moon Dreams 1985
image Abstract 1989
image Spring Dragon 1993
image Dawn 1989
image Bamboo Dream 1988
image In the Wings 1997
image Primal Landscape 1997
image Inka (Transmission) 2004
image Confrontation 1999
image No Way 1987
image Entering the Action 1985
image Abstract 1987
image Photo of Elizabeth before Abstract Circa 1989
image Heartfelt Compassion 1992
image Tango 1994
image Sunset 1992
image Photo of Elizabeth Fairgrieve with Koho Yamamoto 2014
image Photo of Elizabeth at an exhibition circa 1990
image Cosmic Voyager circa 1990
image Bamboo Gate 1985
image Photograph of Elizabeth before Bamboo Gate 1985
image Upswing 1990
image Celebration 1987
image Newton's Law Refuted 1988
image Battle Joined 1994
image Night Out 1989
image Sunset Glow 1993
image Dragon's Lair 1993
image A City on the Hill 1992
image Dragon Spirit 1996
image Elizabeth standing before Bamboo Gate. 1985
image Photo of Abstract Elizabeth had painted and donated. 1987
image Photo of Elizabeth standing before Floating Blue. Circa 1995
image Photo of Elizabeth before her work at an Exhibition Circa 2002
image The Red Tear 1989
image Elizabeth before The Red Tear Circa 1994
image Wingèd Victory 1992