Visible Heroes Award

I have won an award! Weeeeee!!!!!! The truth is that lately, I have felt like I’ve been trying to fit into my own shoes; like my feet grew tiny somehow and my shoes are that of Big Bird’s. I know that underneath the hours spent everyday just simply […]

My Redbubble Shop

I have a shop!!!!!  And it is SUBLIME!!! My Redbubble Shop is full of gorgeous items.  There are pillows, pouches, totes, mugs, shirts, skirts, leggings, iPad cases, iPhone covers, prints, cards, YOU NAME IT— IT’S IN THERE!!!  All purchases go towards my healing and towards living my life’s […]

LOVE TSUNAMI

The Love Tsunami was a fundraiser that I plan to hold annually in November and December to help raise funds towards my healing. The LOVE TSUNAMI What have you been up to Beth? Oh, you know me… Just laying in bed being severely ill and staring at the […]

Interview with ArtLifting

Interview with ArtLifting: Artlifting: When did you start making art? Elizabeth: I came out of the womb making art. I started off collecting all kinds of little found objects and putting them together in tiny sculptures. ArtLifting: Why do you make art? Elizabeth: I make art because I […]

Scream of Consciousness

Permission to Unfurl Your Fury The process of stream of consciousness writing is usually done simply with an openness to write whatever is happening in your head. Here, I add the extra permission to feel and free your anger. If you’ve been unwell for some time, there is […]

Elyse is Love

Hello my lovely dears! I think its time to post the product of my birthday raffle. The winner, Scott Stevens, was so amazing and decided to gift his winning to a few beautiful and very deserving people who have shown exceptional bravery and strength in the face of […]

Revista Clubes Review

I have been extremely honored by this review written by my friend Paulina Teran in Revista Clubes. July issue. Number 105. Page 7. Ecuador Paralyzing images In a world in which the same art is at risk of trializing itself and where the ego rules a lot of […]

Red Shoe Day

I have painted this painting in honor of a beautiful woman, Theda Myint, who lost her life to severe Lyme disease a year ago on July 25th, 2013. This date is now called “Red Shoe Day” in honor of Theda’s spirit, passion for dancing and joyful celebration and […]

Testimonials

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Bridgette R.

I initially heard about Elizabeth’s D’Angelo’s talent from a friend in South Florida. When I visited her “Elizabeth D’Angelo Fine Art” Facebook page and viewed her works, I knew she was the artist I wished to commission a clay board painting of my 2 year old grandson from. I contacted her and provided her with a picture of my grandson and let her know of his appreciation for nature, birds and animals, but I wanted to give her the total freedom to paint what she felt. What she created was sheer magic and something my son, daughter-in-her and I will treasure for many years to come. Thank you so much, Ms. D’Angelo!

Carey D.

Thank you so much for sharing your talent and designing our Christmas Card. It was one of a kind. You are an amazing artist and wonderful soul to work with.

Mike M.

I was introduced to the work of artist Elizabeth D’Angelo some time ago by a now-mutual friend who used a piece of Elizabeth’s art as the background for the design of her Facebook profile picture. I was intrigued by it, and it led me to Elizabeth’s profile on Redbubble, (http://www.redbubble.com/people/bethdangelo), where I found an amazing collection of representations of people, animals, and even mythical beings of Ms. D’Angelo’s own creation. Our mutual friend’s birthday was coming up, so the idea came to create a series of paintings as a surprise gift for her.

As our friend is a strikingly beautiful woman, many photos of her were available online, and we assembled and curated them to make the final selection to be used as the basis of four 8-by-8-inch paintings. I have never met Elizabeth in person – I live on the opposite coast — but our online collaboration on this project over a three-month period was a happy one, and the work arrived at our friend’’s home in plenty of time for her birthday.

Elizabeth likes to know as much as she can about her subjects. She did research to determine our friend’’s favorite things, so the result was far more than a simple collection of portraits. Our friend’’s image was surrounded with the colors, animals, birds, plants and other features that she loves in a unique design that made each panel quintessentially “her.” The gift, when she opened it, was a huge success. Nothing quite like this had ever been done for her before.

Elizabeth’s work didn’’t just add to our friend’s beauty in the paintings, but, in my opinion at least, actually multiplied it, taking it to a whole new level. That’s what Elizabeth does. It is almost impossible for a sensitive viewer to look at a D’Angelo painting or design and not be greatly uplifted or deeply moved by it.