Elizabeth on CTV's Regional Contact
Elizabeth recently featured on CTV's Regional Contact and was interviewed by Joel Haslam. To view Elizabeth's 3 minute video of this interview click on the following link:
Cushla: Almost Magic
Elizabeth's most recent book "Cushla: Almost Magic" was published in August 2012 and is still available online from Amazon and, of course, from Elizabeth herself. This book completes the saga of Cushla and the McKenna family, and is also available as an e-book.
Elizabeth has recently completed a new book, tentatively titled `Lilith: Beyond Belief`which is unconnected to the Cushla trilogy, but just as exciting and well written. This book is in the final stages of editing and it is hoped will be available for late summer 2018.
Elizabeth has continued to be very active with her creative art and has added various forms of wearable art to her repertoire. Examples of her work are displayed in the Creative Art and Silk Scarves sections of this site.
Rock and precious stone Painting
Also in the Creative Art section of this site you will find a link to another of Elizabeth's many talents - rock painting. "Ordinary rocks" are converted into beautiful works of art featuring animals and quaint cottages with thatched roofs, etc. One of the most popular buildings is `The Rovers Return`from the British soap `Coronation Street`. A number of examples of these rock paintings are shown on the rock painting page. In addition Elizabeth paints birds and animals on semi precious stones (agate etc.), and she is pleased to do custom orders. Her `Tree of Life`pendants are particularly striking.
Decorative Victorian Story Dolls
Elizabeth has begun creating Victorian story dolls. Each doll (or pair of dolls) is approximately 18 inch high and the dolls are dressed in Victorian style clothing. All components of these dolls were created by Elizabeth. The dolls are mounted on a small platform and are for decorative use only. Each doll comes with a small booklet detailing the "biographies" of the dolls.
We have just completed the process of applying for the Spring craft events and as we receive notice a list of each confirmed show will be detailed here. Elizabeth is attending a few less events this year but is running an Art Class out of her home and also organizes Paint Nights which are very popular.
On 5 August 2012 Elizabeth was interviewed on "The Gaelic Hour" on CHIN radio in Ottawa. To listen to this interview click here and on the Gaelic Hour archives scroll down to 5 August 2012.
A second interview took place on 17 July 2016, check the Gaelic Hour archives to listen to that interview.
Don`t forget, you can contact Elizabeth by e-mail, to enquire about her Paint Nights or to have your tarot cards read. Her e-mail address is given on the contact information page.