The Artist formerly known as…

I have been taking online classes in acrylic painting during lockdown (check out Racquel Keller’s classes here) and have found it an unexpected joy. I was never considered artistic at school or at home, but I have always loved colour and of course it is pleasing when people compliment me on what I have created.

Unlikely as it seems, it is now possible to buy a Liz Barron original on this site. Should you wish, please check out

About Liz Barron

Returned US Peace Corps Volunteer (Armenia 17-19). Permanent address in Washington DC. Deep roots in Northern Ireland and persistent Belfast accent. Blogger, cook, painter, mother, grandma, Scrabble-player and enthusiastic world traveller.
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3 Responses to The Artist formerly known as…

  1. J. Gerald Suarez says:

    Hi Liz,

    I hope that you are well. Did you get the CBP position?



    J. Gerald Suarez, Ph.D. 202-294-5842 Sent from my iPhone



  2. Gagik Stepan-Sarkissian says:

    Dear Liz – or shall I say ‘Liz jan!’

    Many thanks for including me amongst the recipients of your email.

    Congratulations on making a – spectacular – start in art. They are as wonderful as your blogs (you should publish them). You must have had vey poor judges at school and at home not to have been considered artistic.

    I should like to purchase your Falling Down, Armenia painting (where is it?), but would like to have the full price including shipping abroad (I think inclusive prices are for inland – USA – shipping only). I can either send you a cheque drawn on my Bank of America account in California, or pay by credit card. Please let me know which you prefer.

    Otherwise, I hope you are well and keeping safe in these unreal times.

    With every good wish




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