Elizabeth Sage McLaurin

Fort Worth, TX

Elizabeth Sage McLaurin is an oil painter based in Fort Worth, TX. With one foot in the city, and the other in the Texas country, moments of feeling lost in the wide open Texas skies left her longing to bring that feeling back home in the city. Her artwork explores her connection to the places she’s been, and how they become where she wants to be. She is driven by the desire to bring wide open spaces onto the boundaries of the canvas and finds inspiration from play of light on the land, changing weather, and the variety of nature. By painting these special places, her artwork allows her to create that feeling of home no matter where she is. Elizabeth’s work has been included in exhibitions in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, as well as online galleries and storefronts in the Southeast region.

Meet The Artist

How would you describe your aesthetic in three words?

Colorful, textured, natural.

What inspires you?

I am inspired by Texas landscape, and the way the light and the land interact with each other. I love to watch the way a single place can change over time, whether it is after 5 minutes, a month, or a season.

What is your favorite/go-to design advice?

Always frame your artwork. And always buy originals!

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