A white American Pit Bull, clutching a deflated ball, steps from a black background into a blue and green body of water. The water rings out from the step and reveals reflections of the dog and two more which are not there, or are they the same dog in time? The water is painted abstractly with brush strokes, puddles, pours drips and knife marks evident, while the dog is painted in a realistic manner.

Glimmering, 2020


acrylic on canvas,
36” x 24”


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Painted in 2020 as part of the Rounds and Reflections portfolio. Along with Drift the first of the series to include water reflections and color.

Glimmering, 2020,
acrylic paint on stretched canvas,
36” x 24”,
Elizabeth Lisa Petrulis

  • One of a kind, hand made.
  • Gallery wrapped canvas (attached to back leaving clean edges – no need to frame, yet if desired easy to frame in a style that fits your room).
  • Archival artist quality acrylic paints and mediums.
  • Signed, titled, and dated on the back.
  • Wired ready to hang.

Pick up and Delivery available after December 18, 2020; Shipping specs in additional info tab; Pick up instructions e-mailed after purchase.

Relative Effect, (Elizabeth Lisa Petrulis, Sarah Petrulis and Beth Berolzheimer), Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, IN, September 1-December 18, 2020

7% Indiana sales tax is included in each price
25% of this purchase goes to the Rose art fund

Copyright retained by artist.

Additional information

Dimensions 40 × 6 × 28 in


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