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Elizabeth Worrell Braswell

Elizabeth Worrell Braswell

Elizabeth Worrell Braswell is a professional watercolorist. She is a sustaining associate member of the American Watercolor Society and a member of the Tennessee Watercolor Society. After graduating from college, Braswell worked as an artist’s agent. Later, she had a career at an art consulting company as a senior project manager and vice president. Braswell grew up in an art family–on both sides. From an early age, she was provided with the opportunity to explore mediums and techniques. Visits to world class museums, galleries, and artists’ studios were a part of her upbringing. Her mother, Estelle Ansley Worrell, is the author and illustrator of thirteen published books ranging from how-to to scholarly history (http://estelleansleyworrell.com). Her father, Norman LeRoy Worrell, was the first Executive Director of the Tennessee Arts Commission and the son of a Kansas newspaper owner publisher. She believes that watercolor is capable of capturing ephemeral effects like no other paint medium; that it is unique in letting light flow through the suspended pigment and bounce back from the paper. Her website, theaqueousmedium.com is devoted to sharing her watercolor paintings, as well as, her thoughts and ideas about the medium. Braswell’s vision is to produce works of art that are both beautiful and complex. Her works are both inspired and analytical. She has spent many years researching and studying color psychology and color effects, and infuses her work with this knowledge. Br

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