Thursday, November 06, 2008

my friend with the camera

It is with great pleasure that I announce the work of my dear friend with the camera.  Photographic Artist, Elizabeth Belliveau is participating in the "Rooms with a View" at the Southport Congregation, in Fairfield, Connecticut this evening.  The body of work that she will be showing is titled-
"Le Ballet dans le Jardin"

pve design painting, photograph by photographic artist Elizabeth Belliveau
Our friendship began many years ago, before husbands, before children, even before the camera.  I had saved some magazine tear sheets for my friend, and she began to set up the shoot and we both jumped at the chance to do this.  We only had a few hours to accomplish all this which seemed like an easy thing to do given our fabulous children were at school and the husbands were toiling away.  I keep encouraging her to form her very own web-site or get a blog.  She has an amazing way with the camera.  Trust me her work is incredible,  Please leave her a comment, to add fuel to the fire to motivate her to join the blog world.  I am happy to give her contact to you should you be interested in your very own photographs.  

19 comments:

Joyce said...

I love how Elizabeth captures the story behind her lens. The innocence of the girl's face is pure and peaceful. I love the photo of you creating beauty. It is as we can feel the energy from the canvas and your brush. Verrry.... beautiful photos. It takes talent to translate what one sees through a lens.

ArchitectDesign said...

These photographs are beautiful, I wish I was there for the show! I've always admired this photograph of you at the easel. She should definitely start her own photographic blog -she has a strong point of view!

Karena said...

I have always loved your blog site photo by Elizabeth. So talented!

Mrs. Limestone said...

If that photo of you is any indication, she must be one talented woman because thats just a gorgeous photo. Great composition and character even to the smallest detail.

pve design said...

joyce,
love me package that you sent, it will look so lovely on my Thanksgiving table.
as always you say leave such lovely comments.
pve

stefan,
i can just see how she would photograph you...
pve

karena,
she is more than talented, she has such an artful way, so appreciative of everything she sees.
pve

mrs. l-
oh and I would love for her to photograph you...
it does make for a lovely gift.
pve

LindsB said...

I have always loved your blog photo, its seriously amazing!! She must start her own blog so we all can see much more of her work!!

Julia said...

I love being introduced to the artist behind the camera! What talent :)

A Day That Is Dessert said...

I have always admired this photo of you on your blog!

Summer said...

yes! she should most definitely start a blog- i've always been curious of where your lovely blog photo came from and now we know the talented source :)

Kwana said...

She does have quite a way with the camera. I love her photographs. It's wonderful to see women being creative and expressing themselves in such a beautiful way.

Joyce said...

Good I'm glad it arrived and in one piece. I love the symbolic of an oak tree and how it creates beautiful acorns... Do you see the wonderful similarity? You are special my friend!!

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

She should most certainly start her own photography blog. I have always loved this photo of you and the other one shown here is wonderful! Keep pushing her!

Fifi Flowers said...

She's GOOD! That is a FAB photo she did for you!
BTW... tomorrow I will be showing the INSIDE of my Paris apartment... everyone will be dying to know what the outside looks like... hint hint!

ThursdayNext said...

Indeed, I think that the photo is a work of art and should be highlighted here in the blogging world.

simply seleta said...

So that's who took your lovely blog photo! She captures magic and emotion.

Sabina said...

I always wondered about that photo of you -- since it is amazing!!

Diane said...

I would love to see more of this artist's work does she have a web site

purple pineapple said...

I was lucky enough to see her work in person today at the Southport event- WOW! Her vehicle may be a camera, but the results are art on a whole different level. Mysterious, translucent. Amazing.
Plus, she's wonderfully kind! I can see why you are friends!

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