About Me

A multi-medium aging artist and an underwater photographer, I retired from Florida to live on the beach in St. Croix, Virgin Islands. I am delighted with the island’s historic architecture, sunny skies, blue seas, and wonderful reefs. So now my days are full of gardening, painting, diving and snorkeling.

Although I primarily paint in watercolors, I recently dabbled in acrylics and apprenticed with some experienced mural painters. My latest efforts can be seen at St. Patrick's school and Bernie’s, both in Frederiksted. As an avid member of the Palletteers, I paint plein air weekly at different island locations. I also attend water-media workshops, both locally and abroad.

I have donated many of my paintings to local charities and my artwork has been exhibited at many island locations. I hope you enjoy the artwork and phtographs generated here in my new-found paradise. Namasté.









Sunday, October 30, 2011

October 30, 2011

Just finished up with a session learning photo shop.... thought my photos were great before the edit, but check this out

October 16, 2011

My favorite painting seems not to be admired, so I will donate it to the Queen Louise Holiday Auction

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

My concrete banker man is complete and soon will reside on the bottom of the sea, next to the safe, to finalized the "OFF SHORE BANKING SITE".

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

October 20, 2011

This morning making a general review of my art to be hung in the museum and in browsing through the bin system have decided that things unframed have a much better chance of being sole. It takes so much effort to frame something professionally, and then figure in the cost to only realize that the frame doesn’t really do that much for the art to justify the price a patron will now have to pay. I am enlarging my studio art table to facilitate working on a larger format and questioning if I really should go in that direction. Plein Air certainly calls for nothing larger than 12x16 and Poppies completed in 18x24 format may be difficult to sell because I am finding people do not have that much wall space in the Caribbean for their houses are full of windows.

October 19, 2011

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

October 18, 2011


Skipping working in the studio for the sea is calling. Have new camera settings that I just have to try out. Diving again today.

Monday, October 17, 2011

October 14, 2011


Painting is difficult and ever so often I have no idea what I am doing. I have decided that I am a risk taker and painting certainly fills that need. Often I produce a product that few value and fewer can afford, so I paint for the pleasure of it and the opportunity to now and again gift a painting. My stormy day was painted in plein air on a sunny day... so who would thought this could happen
Posted by Elizabeth Keith at 7:16 AM

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

October 11, 2011

Time simply is flying by... still working on under the sea subjects