She was one of the first people in the hobby to release her own resincasts--first her standing Arabian, and then her Fjord!
Elizabeth uses a combination of acrylics and airbrush to create her stunning paint jobs and has a great talent for mixing rich, vibrant colors. Though she favors Arabians, she enjoys customizing all breeds and does a *mean* spotted paint job of any type!
It's a rare thing to have a roommate who also customizes model horses, but Elizabeth is lucky enough to have Judy Renee Pope living with her. Not only do they inspire one another, they collaborate on pieces; Judy does the majority of customizing and sculpting on Elizabeth's pieces (which Elizabeth doesn't like to do as much), and once she's done, Elizabeth takes over with a masterful paint job. What a great set-up!!
Since Elizabeth and Judy do so many collaborative pieces, you'll notice a large number of pieces in this gallery that were customized by Judy but painted by Elizabeth. I decided that since both Elizabeth and Judy have their own gallery, I would sort the collaborative models into each gallery based on who painted the model.
If you would like to get in touch with Elizabeth, you can visit her web page; or, her email and snail mail address are below:
PO Box 1065
Washington Grove, MD 20880
Bottom Standing Arabian: Red bay; created in 1996
Fjord: This is one of her sold-out Fjord resins in yellow dun; created in 1993
Appaloosa: Chestnut leopard Appaloosa gelding customized from the Breyer Traditional Lady Phase and owned by Emily Hallock; created in 1990
Paint: Blue roan overo Paint stallion customized from the Breyer Traditional Stock Horse Stallion and owned by Nickie Hunter; created in 1991